Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 30th Aug 2005 17:41 UTC
Windows For the first time, the Windows operating system will wall off some audio and video processes almost completely from users and outside programmers, in hopes of making them harder for hackers to reach. The company is establishing digital security checks that could even shut off a computer's connections to some monitors or televisions if antipiracy procedures that stop high-quality video copying aren't in place.
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The truth
by Sodapop on Wed 31st Aug 2005 03:11 UTC
Sodapop
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2005-07-06

The truth of the matter is that we can't do anything about this, hollywood has won.

Everybody and his mama will buy this OS and you know it. Sure, there will be complaints, but they will soon subside and life with DRM will intermingle and get along.

All we can hope for is that gas will go up to 100 a gallon and no one will be able to afford a computer.

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