DRM in Windows Vista

Sicherheits- und Privacyguru Bruce Schneier äußert sich in seinem weblog über das DRM in Windows Vista.

Und wenn ich da solche Sachen lese:

Sometimes output quality is artificially degraded; sometimes output is prevented entirely. And Vista continuously spends CPU time monitoring itself, trying to figure out if you’re doing something that it thinks you shouldn’t. If it does, it limits functionality and in extreme cases restarts just the video subsystem.

Äh, hallo?!
Mein Rechner! Meiner!

[via rfc1437.de]

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