Re: Something else you can't do on a mac... ;^)

On 16/12/2005 7:59 AM, Keith Wood wrote:
That is the potential good news. But some critics are worried that the
TPM is a step too far.  Their concern particularly revolves around
using the TPM to control "digital rights management" - that is,
what you can and cannot do with the music, movies and software you run
on your computer.

Posted by a Linux user. Figures. A typical Linux machine is full to bursting with stolen movies, music and software. Since the Linux community will never support TPM, sources of stolen content will wither away, and, perhaps, Linux itself will die.

And a typical USENET bluster is full of unfounded assumptions and illogical arguments.

What does this have to do with Trusted Computing and the Mac?