Actually there’s a more memorable link that describes the matter concisely:

Pengcheng Xu

> H30/03/14 10:15、taii...@gmx.comのメール:
> Here is a non-shortened link.
> All the more reason to avoid the ME/PSP garbage and instead buy the 
> equivalently priced, owner controlled and higher performance OpenPOWER arch 
> systems such as the libre firmware TALOS 2.
> Pretty much someone found a bug in AMD's version of ME which *how terrible* 
> in other words you can use this to defeat hollywoods AMD PSP DRM which is the 
> true reason of existence for ME/PSP, to prevent people from owning and 
> controlling their devices.
> I can't believe the new normal is not being able to really buy a mainstream 
> computer because you don't own it and everyone in the tech press and so 
> called experts says its a good thing, oh it is to "keep you safe from 
> hackers" and they pretend like it has always been this way as if it wasn't 
> just a recent change that for some reason all the major OEM's did at the 
> exact same time....I wonder why.
> "The corporate sector asked for this" - MYTH - They already had it, it is a 
> BMC/LOM chip and it was owner controlled. I doubt any company with IP worth 
> something wants a super insecure black box supervisor processor that they 
> don't control on every computer of theirs.
> If you need secure remote management you can use OpenBMC which is present on 
> the TALOS 2 (IBM OpenBMC) and also the KCMA-D8 and KGPE-D16 pre-PSP x86 
> boards (you can replace the crappy non-free ASUS firmware on the ASMB module 
> with the facebook version of OpenBMC which was recently ported to it via 
> crowdfunding)

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