Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Trusted Computing Misconceptions

Trusted computing: "Trusted computing is a family of open specifications whose stated goal is to make personal computers more secure through the use of dedicated hardware. Critics, including academics, security experts, and users of free and open source software, contend, however, that the overall effect (and perhaps intent) of trusted computing is to impose unreasonable restrictions on how people can use their computers."

Tursted Computing by:Benjamin Stephan and Lutz Vogel

If you have not yet explored the issues connected to the coming of Trusted Computing it is time you spend a few minutes watching this introductory animated short.

Intended for non-technical individuals this animated mini-documentary explains what trusted computing is and what problems it intends to solve.

Highly recommended.



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posted by Robin Good on Saturday, March 18 2006, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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