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Photo: DRM protest at Microsoft confab

Demonstrators in hazmat suits march against copysharing restrictions at WinHEC in Seattle.
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DRM demonstrators

Protesters in hazardous materials suits marched outside the Washington State Trade and Convention Center on Tuesday, where the software maker was kicking off its Windows Hardware and Engineering Conference (WinHEC). The demonstrators, from the Free Software Foundation's Defective by Design group, were lobbying against Microsoft's digital-rights management technology, which restricts copysharing.

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