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Digital Restrictions Management and Treacherous Computing

by John Sullivan Contributions Published on Jan 30, 2006 01:26 PM
DRM is often written as "Digital Rights Management", but this is misleading, since it refers to systems that are designed to take away and limit your rights. So, we suggest you use the term "Digital Restrictions Management" instead. We also suggest "Treacherous Computing" as a replacement for the misleading "Trusted Computing".

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