Digital Rights Management, or DRM if you are an acronym lover, has caused quite a stir over recent weeks, most of it aimed in the general direction of Windows Vista and it's ability to handle Blu-Ray and HD-DVD content in particular. So, what better way to clear up any of these concerns, than with a Question and Answer session, with Dave Marsh, a Lead Program Manager responsible for Windows' handling of video (that must be a long business card!).
I'll leave Nick White, of the Windows Vista Team Blog, to introduce the session:
"A conversation has cropped up since the recent publication of a paper scrutinizing how Windows handles digital rights management, especially for HD video. I've since looped back with Dave Marsh, a Lead Program Manager responsible for Windows' handling of video, to learn from him the implications involved and to learn to what extent the paper's assertions are accurate. The following is an article Dave has put together to address the misconceptions in the paper, followed by answers to what we expect will be the most frequent questions in the minds of our customers."
Without further adoo, check out the full 20 questions over on the Windows Vista Team Blog.