Hal Halpin to game pubs: disclose DRM and standardize EULAs

31 03 2009

The Entertainment Consumers Association is a non-profit started by industry professional Hal Halpin to help consumers understand their rights, while also being a voice for those who buy and play video games in the industry. When the FTC held a conference to discuss DRM, the ECA was there, and at GDC 2009 we chatted with Halpin about that conference and the future of PC gaming. Ultimately, the ECA has two main positions on gaming and copy protection: 1) DRM needs to be disclosed, and 2) End-User Licensing Agreements need to be both simple and standard.

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