A UK step in the digital rights direction: "A report in boingboing has this news of very progressive recommendations under consideration in the UK Parliament: UK Parliament report damns DRM, calls for reins on crippleware The UK All Party Parliamentary Internet Group has published a paper on DRM today that makes a number of very progressive recommendations on DRM in British law. The APPIG solicited public comments, and the UK Open Rights Group submitted a long, detailed set of recommendations on how to make Britain safe from copy-restriction technology. Many of the best recommendations in the APPIG mirror the ORG proposals, which suggests that Parliament is really listening to tech activists on DRM questions. . . ."