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A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see Status of Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation deployment

A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see Status of Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation deployment

A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see Status of Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation deployment

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A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/4008/status-of-trusted-computing-and-remote-attestation-deploymentStatus of Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation deployment

A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/4008/status-of-trusted-computing-and-remote-attestation-deployment

A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see Status of Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation deployment

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Neal's Note: I've edited it to distinguish it from that question. But further honing to make it an acceptable question may be needed....


A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/4008/status-of-trusted-computing-and-remote-attestation-deployment

Note: I was forwarded here from Skeptics.SE by AviD. I simply copied the entire body of the question but acknowledge that it may need some tweaking to fit properly with this site. Any edits or comments to that effect are welcome.
Neal's Note: I've edited it to distinguish it from that question. But further honing to make it an acceptable question may be needed....


A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/4008/status-of-trusted-computing-and-remote-attestation-deployment

A question on Skeptics.SE asks whether current DRM techniques effectively prevent pirating: Is DRM effective?

The question for IT Security is: Can DRM be made effective, and are there any examples?

One approach that has been discussed here leverages hardware support for Trusted Computing - see http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/4008/status-of-trusted-computing-and-remote-attestation-deployment

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