Ars Technica outlines some comments they got from Hal Halpin of the Entertainment Consumers Association about a couple of suggestions the consumer-affairs group has made about game packaging to the US Federal Trade Commission (thanks Mike Martinez). One is to standardize the End-User License Agreement (EULA) and the other is to offer disclosure of Digital Rights Management (DRM) on the outside of the game package. The conversation also covers the negative reaction game publishers have had to these suggestions, and discusses the licensing model for games that means your up to $60 purchase does not actually mean you own anything. Here's the outline of what they propose:
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