Learn how the iPod will change the face of computer security
Apple probably didn't intend it, but the iPod may prove to be an important stepping-stone to solving security problems that have faced computer scientists for more than 30 years. By making controversial DRM technology socially acceptable, the iPod has paved the way for another big step: the integration and acceptance of the Trusted Computing Group's architecture, which will allow completely new uses and applications of computer security. Learn more in this article by Bruce Potter.
Title: How the iPod will change the face of computer security
Author: Bruce Potter
Pub Date: December 1, 2005
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