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Re: [PR] Re: [ITPOLITIK] Kejserens nye klæder?



On Tue, 17 May 2005 18:54:17 +0200
Niels wrote:

> Carsten Svaneborg skrev:
> 
> > Peter Toft wrote:
> >> God start - forslag; starten skal inkludere en (sikkert lidt
> >> provokerende) indledning om hvad DRM er.
> > 
> > Digital rights management er det at forbrugerens rettigheder
> > reducerers til fordel for distributører af musik, film osv.
> > rettigheder
> 
> Michael Robertson beskrev det godt i "You own nothing":
> http://www.linspire.com/lindows_michaelsminutes_archives.php?id=168
> 
> -- 
> Niels Elgaard Larsen
> sslug@sslug

Kan vi hjælpe på forståelsen af dette problem ved at udskrive en
priskonkurrence: Skriv en forklaring på, hvad DRM er, og skriv en
science fiction novelle, som foregår om 5 år, og som beskriver
anvendelsen af nye "DRM" computere og gamle "Bambus" computere
gerne morsom eller spændende.

Eller hvordan markedsfører man denne problemstilling på den 
bedste måde?

Fra Niels' Link, Linspire, artikel af Michael Robertson, har jeg
klippet flg.:

It's the ultimate marketing challenge to explain to the world that
turning over more control to Microsoft is an improvement that
computer users should desire and pay money for. Microsoft has
floated a series of hyper-technical sounding initiatives like
Palladium and Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB), each
time explaining why it's a good thing for Microsoft to decide what
software users should use. Earlier this week, Bill Gates talked
about how it was like a "black box flight recorder," a
not-so-subtle reference to 9/11 designed to tug on emotions. I
leave it to others to comment on whether Microsoft has the
security track record to decide what software is secure enough for
me to be running. I'm more interested in the liberty and cost
issues.

Jeg er enig i dette og synes at resten af artikelen er mindst
lige så god læsning.

Men læsning må føre til handling: Hvad kan vi gøre? Jesper Krogh's
pressemeddelelse er da et skridt i den rigtige retning. Den
anbefales!


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