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Saturday, April 08, 2006 

Trusted computing sounds great, but is it?

I just watched a very nice video that explains very simply what is fundamentally wrong with DRM and the whole new meaning that trusted computing received due to piracy concerns. This is really worth watching and if you care at all about your freedom, then spread the word and get as many people as possible to watch it. You can start by playing it right now!


Additional reading:
Mac Security: The Evil DRM Chip Is Bolted Inside The New Intel Macs?
Trust Computing: Promise and Risk
Clarifying Misinformation on TCPA

(Thank you JaFO and MikeL from the TVersity forums for pointing my attention to these resources)