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2K Games has just announced that the SecuROM anti-pirate software included in BioShock has now been completely removed.
Electronic Arts has listened to fans of Mass Effect and Spore. It has backed down from the draconian 10-day re-authentication DRM method.
Sony reckoned that the cards for the new Eye of Judgement PS3 card game were copy proof. Sony were wrong though and the cards apparently scan fine.
The BioShock Activation Revoke Tool has been officially released and should hopefully fix a lot of the copy protection problems that people have had with the game.
Ken Levine, BioShock's Lead Designer, has said that the game's online activation will be removed in the future.
UPDATED! I hate Securom. You hate Securom. 2K now looks like it may finally be joining the crowd after Ken Levine promises to get it sorted out. Meanwhile, Steam claims to have already done so.
You asked me to investigate and now I've got the answers. The truth about the copy protection and widescreen issues in BioShock.
Love it or hate it, digital distribution has become a huge part of the gaming industry and will stay that way. So we decided to take a sit down with the guys at Valve to hear where the biggest platform - Steam - is heading.
The Blu-ray format is about to receive another layer of content protection, called BD Plus, which is designed to work alongside current content protection methods, but it could mean firmware updates on older players.
In response to growing fears about mobile phone and WiFi radiation, Swiss clothes designers have unveiled the first radiation-proof briefs to help protect the little fella.
The AACS copy protection group has said that bloggers crossed the line this week when they posted the key that breaks the encryption on many HD DVD discs.
Hot on the heels of Apple's joint announcement with EMI, Microsoft says that it is also in discussions with record companies about the possiblity of selling DRM-free music via the Zune Marketplace.
Steve Jobs has called on the major players in the recording industry to begin selling music online without DRM.
DVD Jon is now adding DRM instead of taking it away. Has he gone mad, or is this the next big step for your rights? We look at the history of DRM, your rights, and what can be (and is being) done about it.
Jon Johansen, a hacker who's claim was helping to crack DVD encryption, has managed to reverse engineer Apple's FairPlay content protection system and his company plans to license the technology to Apple's competitors.
Ransomware is a relatively new malware that is becoming an increasingly bigger threat. It is also getting much harder to crack.
The United States House of Representatives has approved a new bill which will imprison webmasters who lure youngsters to sexual websites by using words commonly used by children.
Yahoo! may well set the trend for the music industry in the future, by selling MP3s without DRM protections in place.
As content bodies meet to try to prevent any new innovation in the field of content distribution, they've already won a victory - no high definition content over any connection that isn't digital and DRM protected.