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Re: A possible GFDL compromise



On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 05:31:59PM +0200, Alexandre Dulaunoy wrote:
> > No, prohibiting DRM systems is unambiguously non-free under the DFSG.
> 
> I will tend to consider the opposite that the section about "technical
> measure" protect the point 5 and  6 of the DFSoftwareG. The section is
> here  in   order  to  protect  an   equal  and  free   access  to  the
> documentation.  (Maybe  the objective  is not clear  in GFDL  but this
> could be enhanced)
> 
> Could  you  point  me to  the  section  of  DFSG  where you  see  that
> prohibiting DRM (in order to limit access and copy of the document) is
> unambiguous non-free ?

That would be #1.

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