The Entertainment Consumers Association™ (ECA) understands and respects the careful balance that must exist between the rights of copyright owners and the right of copyrighted material consumers. To this end, ECA supports publisher disclosure of the type of DRM technologies that are used for each particular video game and platform, the labeling of game boxes and via digital download with this information and the posting of such information wherever such games are sold.
Read ECA President Hal Halpin's statement regarding the FTC Town Hall Meeting to address digital rights management technologies.
If you, or someone you know, participates in peer to peer (P2P) file sharing, you may be interested in this FTC Consumer Alert on the risks of doing so.
Tell the FTC Your Thoughts About DRM and EULAs