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EA’s DRM battle heads to court

Electronic Arts is to face legal action over its controversial use of SecuROM digital rights management software in many of its recent PC titles.

SecuROM became a heated talking point following its use on EA’s recent PC hit Spore, mostly owing to the fact that it limited users to installing the software on three PCs.

To read the story in full, and to learn details about the two cases filed against EA, head over to Develop.

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