I just made a shorter version of this statement a few minutes ago. Our intervention was very different from the others at the meeting - they are are all completely technical-administrative. Very interesting reactions. Clearly this issue was seen as highly controversial, the platform participants seemed to think our language was very strong and were not expecting this. :) Several people in various policy positions confided that they have received thousands of e-mails complaining about DRM in HTML.

The representative of the W3C responded basically defending the W3C. He maintained that the current EME proposal is just a first draft and and that exceptions and limitations etc may be added to it, also he said the proposal only specifies an API for DRM not the DRM itself.