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Re: Why TPM+Parallel Distribution is non-free

On Mon, 16 Oct 2006, Henri Sivonen wrote:
> On Oct 16, 2006, at 10:42, Don Armstrong wrote:
> >>>If you're seriously interested in discussing how to do copylefted
> >>>TPM and DRM properly, I strongly suggest reading my position
> >>>statement from committee D on the first discussion draft of the
> >>>GPL
> >>
> >>URL please?
> >
> >http://svn.donarmstrong.com/don/trunk/projects/gplv3/issues/ 
> >drm_allowing_authentication/
> I don't see anything in that position statement that would indicate a  
> flaw in CC's 3.0 draft wording. Is there something specific that I  
> missed?

That position statement is basically an introduction to a set of the
problems of dealing properly with TPM/DRM; it was written before CC
3.0 was published, but the issues haven't changed. [The other parts
are in the meeting notes with Seth Schoen.]

Don Armstrong
"There's no problem so large it can't be solved by killing the user
off, deleting their files, closing their account and reporting their
REAL earnings to the IRS."
 -- The B.O.F.H..

http://www.donarmstrong.com              http://rzlab.ucr.edu

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