FredAndrews writes: In a dispute between the open web community and the W3C (directed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee), the W3C raises 'participants could very well resort to assassination of dissenters
... it would be well within Process.'. The W3C is supported in adding a DRM interface to the W3C web standards by the usual suspects: Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Netflix. Mozilla and the EFF are also active members of the W3C. Not one of these members has publicly distanced themselves from this position or condemned it. The 'dissenters' support security and privacy on the web, and the health of the open web and the web economy. The next time Mozilla stick their head up, ask them if they are still conspiring with the W3C which holds the 'Assassination' of these members of the open web community as 'within Process'. The next time the EFF stick their head up, ask them if the they are still conspiring with the W3C which holds the 'Assassination of dissenters' as 'within Process'.