TL;DR for general public
Working DRM is mathematically impossible.
Entertainment industry tries to "solve" this "problem" by lobbing DMCA-like laws. DMCA-like laws make it illegal to find bugs in software that has "digital locks" because any such bug potentially allows dumping of DRM encryption keys.
This makes everything that has DRM in it broken by design as security researchers can't disclose vulnerabilities in software with "digital locks".
W3C pushes DRM into web.
This will make disclosing security flaws in web browsers into a criminal offense.
Crackers/hackers, spooks and perverts are gonna be happy, everyone else is going have their security fuarrrked up to please Hollywood lobby.
See Cory Doctorow's talks on Youtube and show them to normal people.
Btw, scientists said this soykaf would happen in 2002: http://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/conf/ccs/ccsdrm2002.html>>4484
Personally, I sincerely hope they get back to their senses.
On the flip side, you can simply ignore most this soykaf. Stop watching Netflix. Use TorBrowser. Teach yourself to torrent with I2P, then teach your friends and neighbors to do the same.
* Recommended: TorBrowser https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en
* Recommended: I2P all-in-one official router https://geti2p.net/en/download
(in Java, has torrent client builtin)
* If you hate all-in-one soykaf and Java and want something that feels more like UNIX there's also I2Pd router daemon https://github.com/PurpleI2P/i2pd/releases
(in C++) and I2P-Transmission https://github.com/l-n-s/transmission-i2p
fuarrrk Hollywood, fuarrrk Netflix, fuarrrk all that soykaf.