Sterling Ambivalence (sterlingnorth) wrote,
Sterling Ambivalence
sterlingnorth

Microsoft controls your box.

You agree that in order to protect the integrity of content and software protected by digital rights management ('Secure Content'), Microsoft may provide security related updates to the OS Components that will be automatically downloaded onto your computer. These security related updates may disable your ability to copy and/or play Secure Content and use other software on your computer. If we provide such a security update, we will use reasonable efforts to post notices on a web site explaining the update.
If this is true, this means that not only does Microsoft reserve the right to stop you from playing any media it doesn't believe to be yours, they reserve the right to break your other software. And people wonder why I'm always suspicious.
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