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Intel’s East Fork, Microsoft Vista, satisfying unbridled greed?

Posted on Wednesday, August 24 2005 @ 00:50:59 CEST by

I’ve described DRM, digital rights management, as the holy grail of the movie and music industry before; it is generally perceived as their ticket to safeguard their inflated profit margins and a tool to breathe new life into their obsolete business models. DRM protected content allows them to control exactly how this content is used, distributed, and above all, can be tracked right down to the individual end user. DRM protected content is protected by an elaborate encryption scheme and can only be unlocked and played back if you follow and adhere to the requirements set forth by the producer exactly.. Read on at Hardwareanalysis



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