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surreal wrote

well google supports it and chrome will do by default. i trust mozilla to find a way to make it possible on firefox to disable contents that contain EME or a warning or similar. decentralization needs to be pushed forward, these companies want to protect their assets and the more they have the more they will want to control the web.

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jhasse wrote

EME is already implemented in Firefox. You'll get a notification that you'll need to download the binary blob upon first use. After that there will be a red sign in the address bar, telling you that DRM is active on the site.

You can also disable it in the settings (or never agree to download the binary blob).