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wow ... I don't even know where to start .... some people are blowing this out of proportion, and they have no idea how it will work.

You people are complaining over DRM protection for a service that doesn't even exist yet.

Want a way around it? Don't use "Intel Insider"

and if you do use it, don't steal the movies you watched.

Now, they threw in there that it will work on DVD's.

1. who watches DVD's anymore?

2. Only new DVD's at best will have such protection.

After all has been shown of how great SB is, this is the deal breaker for some of you?

This affects only potential pirates who would want to rip movies from Intel Insider.

My guess is you were never planning on buying SB in the 1st place, and now looking for any reason to trash it, and find a justifiable reason to go back to AMD.

Ignore the performance increase, the price, the utter domination over most chips out there, all so you can continue being a pirate?

Intel wants to stream 1080p movies to your computer over the Internet, and wants to make the Hollywood execs feel safe in doing so.

Don't use the service, and rip the movies from it, and you have nothing to worry about.

Until we have more info, I really don't see what all the fuzz is about.
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The DRM stuff doesn't stop you from torrenting... i don't see why this is such a big issue.
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wow ... I don't even know where to start .... some people are blowing this out of proportion, and they have no idea how it will work.

You people are complaining over DRM protection for a service that doesn't even exist yet.

Want a way around it? Don't use "Intel Insider"

and if you do use it, don't steal the movies you watched.

Now, they threw in there that it will work on DVD's.

1. who watches DVD's anymore?

2. Only new DVD's at best will have such protection.

After all has been shown of how great SB is, this is the deal breaker for some of you?

This affects only potential pirates who would want to rip movies from Intel Insider.

My guess is you were never planning on buying SB in the 1st place, and now looking for any reason to trash it, and find a justifiable reason to go back to AMD.

Ignore the performance increase, the price, the utter domination over most chips out there, all so you can continue being a pirate?

Intel wants to stream 1080p movies to your computer over the Internet, and wants to make the Hollywood execs feel safe in doing so.

Don't use the service, and rip the movies from it, and you have nothing to worry about.

Until we have more info, I really don't see what all the fuzz is about.
uh huh.....

So let's get this straight. You go out and buy a DVD and then decide to rip it to your machine so you can watch it on the go and the Intel Insider says no. What now?

Also, Intel doesn't want to stream 1080p movies to you over the Internet. Intel wants you to stream movies from other companies over the internet. In this regard, Intel wants the companies to market out Intel Insider on their products to keep the name Intel fresh in your minds. Also, it's a great way to bribe companies to come up with a bloody software code to integrate into their already existing code just because Intel said so (probably paid them out the ass is my guess).

Also, you don't have to be a pirate to hate DRM. Truthfully speaking, the majority of the world that hates DRM aren't pirates at all. Remember that a pirate will always find a way around DRM (*cough* Assassin's Creed 2 *cough*). It just takes time. The real victims are the people who actually follow the rules and pay for everything only to be in the end raped by the companies they are supporting under the guise of protecting IP.

Either way, I don't buy Intel anyway but still...it feels like something is missing from this whole story all together. I'm not quite sure what but something is being left out about this DRM thing...I can feel it.
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wow ... I don't even know where to start .... some people are blowing this out of proportion, and they have no idea how it will work.

You people are complaining over DRM protection for a service that doesn't even exist yet.

Want a way around it? Don't use "Intel Insider"

and if you do use it, don't steal the movies you watched.

Now, they threw in there that it will work on DVD's.

1. who watches DVD's anymore?

2. Only new DVD's at best will have such protection.

After all has been shown of how great SB is, this is the deal breaker for some of you?

This affects only potential pirates who would want to rip movies from Intel Insider.

My guess is you were never planning on buying SB in the 1st place, and now looking for any reason to trash it, and find a justifiable reason to go back to AMD.

Ignore the performance increase, the price, the utter domination over most chips out there, all so you can continue being a pirate?

Intel wants to stream 1080p movies to your computer over the Internet, and wants to make the Hollywood execs feel safe in doing so.

Don't use the service, and rip the movies from it, and you have nothing to worry about.

Until we have more info, I really don't see what all the fuzz is about.
See, I have my 900 saved for my new system. I was going to get SB, but after all of these things I keep hearing I might just buy something now and wait to hear peoples first hand experience. It has nothing to do with piracy, it has to do with my rights. I buy a computer, ill be dammed if ANYONE will tell me what I can do with it, let alone be able to shut off my pc, come on screw that. And just an fyi, there are always false positives. How easy do you think it will be to try to prove that you wernt doing anything wrong over the phone? You prob can't and would have to be out of your pc for days or even forever.
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The Recording Industry Association of America spent more than US$16 million on legal fees in 2008 alone to sue individuals for downloading music illegally, according to its tax returns, as published on P2Pnet.
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I' sorry. What is DRM ? Digital right management ? So all rights for my futere CPU belongs to intel ? And i can't post screens with overclock ? or video ?
I' sorry again, i really don't understand.
Explain somehow.
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No the rights of things that have rights like digital movies from a single service are not yours to own and come with a timer as to how long you're able to view them before you can't any longer.


Let me try this again...

Intel has placed themselves in a position to make money off of a digital HD movie streaming service. It works like blockbuster or red box, except you don't have to go anywhere. After your alloted viewing time is up the movie you downloaded will no longer be viewable.

That is ALL it is currently. Could they soon locate the small children hiding in your HHD, possible, but unlikely as people are very against DRM as you can clearly see.
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No the rights of things that have rights like digital movies from a single service are not yours to own and come with a timer as to how long you're able to view them before you can't any longer.


Not true, when u purchase a digital movie, there is no timer on it, u own it just like if u had the dvd infront of you. How would you like it if car manufacturers started turning off the engines of cars if you changed lanes without a turn signal, or maybe if you are speeding. Intel is stepping over the line here. They are selling a hardware, not software. They have no legal ground to stop use for anything illegal. I don't care if you are hacking the DOD, once intel sells it, they have lost all ability to control it. Its the police that govern the laws. If intel reported you to the police I would have no problem, but they are going to get sued over this and loose.
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