Why Trustworthy Computing Is A Bad Idea

August 18, 2007

Intel Developer kits from Apple include TCPA/TPM DRM in the Kernel. TCPA/TPM DRM is a technical term for a Trustworthy Computing solution that limits what fair use consumers can use with the media they own. Basically it lets an application control what other applications or pieces of hardware can access it’s files. Here is why it’s a bad idea…

Source: Digg.com – Posted by: andru

Link to Story: http://www.gearlive.com/index.php/news/article/intel_apples_to_support_trustworthy_computing_08021239/


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