Yesterday I went at Unicamp to participate at the DRM debate that GPSL made. The debate was excellent, good points were showed at how DRM can harm you and also violate your rights.
At the end of the debate, Alexandre Oliva showed us an amazing video about Trusted Computing, that shows why it’s good not to trust at how some companies are planning to use the Trusted Computing 🙂
The video can be found at http://www.lafkon.net/tc/, the video is licensed at a Creative Commons license.
If you want more information about how DRM can harm you, see the following links:
For those of you who like stuff about free software, today is a big day for the free software community in general, today the Free Software Foundation released the GPLv3 license 🙂
You can see the announcement at http://www.fsf.org/news/gplv3_launched and read the license at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html.
Thanks FSF 🙂