Keurig under fire for use of DRM in new coffee makers
Keurig will deliberately use digital rights management (DRM) in its new coffee brewers to lock out third-party pods in a move that effectively enables Keurig to maintain a monopoly over the cups used in Keurigs brewers.
By Juliana Kenny|March 04, 2014
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