Widevine & DRM - some background for those out of the loop
TbGbe last edited by
@ROTFL So I have to have DRM installed even if I don't browse any sites that require it, but there is no independent Security checking allowed - even in a supposedly open-source browser?
Surely, that means that the browser (Chromium) is not open source any more?
dLeon last edited by
Chromium could be always open source.
The problem I could predict here, any privacy concern browsers based on Chromium will have a really "good" time maintaining a patch to kick that built in "feature".