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Goodbye DRM from iPlayer?

Interestingly (!!?), the BBC appears to have dropped DRM from the new Flash streaming version of iPlayer.

I've got Flash v8 running on my Mac in Firefox, and iPlayer videos play aok, full screen mode apart.

I'm pretty sure that iPlayer would demand I install the new Flash v9.3 player if the BBC had turned on the DRM feature overhead which ships as part of Adobe's new Flash Streaming Server v3.

Or am I wrong?

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But then with SnapzPro .....


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