Jason Holt wrote:
> So I guess the answer to your question is "We'd better
> assume that DRM+TPM will be ineffective until we've
> subjected a specific implementation of it to the same
> level of scrutiny we apply to other cryptosystems, and
> since DRM+TPM proposals tend to be much more
> complicated than other cryptosystems like SSL, that's
> going to take a very long time."

TPM can in principle provide effective DRM - it can also
provide effective super root access to your computer for
FBI and the Motion Picture Association of America - it
can do lots of things.  So far it has not done any of

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