EFF Flounces Out of iOS Over "Outrageous" Developer Demands

By Gary Cutlack on at

The online rights campaigners at the Electronic Frontier Foundation have decided against releasing their app on iOS, after complaining that Apple's developer restrictions contain "outrageous terms" and they can't agree to the DRM specifications.

According to the EFF this means all app developers should "demand better terms" from Apple and refuse to publish on iOS until they arrive, with users encouraged to back devs who refuse to agree to Apple's DRM-laced conditions. They've put together a petition to demand change if you're an equally put-out app developer. [EFF via Guardian]