Ars technica looks forward to Maemo 6
and the devices that will use it. "DRM enforcement and access to protected content will only be available on stock ROMs that can be validated with code signing. Users will still be completely free to hack their devices and install custom ROMs, but they won't be able to play protected content if they do so. The specific mechanism has not yet been described, but Nokia says that users will be able to switch between the DRM-mode and the open ROM mode (except, potentially, on carrier-locked devices).
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