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People with more money than us desire it because their things are being stolen.

I haven't bought an audio cd in almost 10 years.
    
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digital life will become controlled and freedom restricted like real life?
maybe...lol

Maybe in the future this "hardware control" can determine that you have played enough COD, CRY, CS:S, BBC2, or whatever for the week, and can disable your system from playing those games until a certain time has elapsed.

All kinds of "needed control" could come from this and the general public will accept it without question.

just sayin'...
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Those controls already exist under parental controls.
    
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Those controls already exist under parental controls.
We are not just talking kids at home here, but any device with these chips of the future.
What about the college kid, or the mom that plays Farmville 22.6 hrs. a day.
Or the office worker browsing OCN or Facebook, or even you, where ever you may be, contributing to the forums here on OCN, the chip says you have been on to much today, zap...lol

Of course this all hypothetical anyway, we will have to wait and see on the future yes?
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That cat is saying:
"see what I have to work with?"
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Darn, now I can't steal all those movies and songs...
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Why are people freaking out about this?

This isn't going to affect you, if you even if you rip movies, torrent games, or share music.
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Wow, you guys are blowing this way out of control.

You do not even know what intel insider is, let alone how it will work.

Let me try to give you a little preview.

Want to watch a movie playing in the movie theater now? With out waiting for it to come to dvd. You go to the website of the producer, pay the cost and watch it now, instead of going to the theater.

The other biggie? How would you like to have 25 cent rentals? For redbox and netflix, you just download or use a usb, copy the rental over to it, then play it when you want to.

After a set period of time, the rental just deletes itself. Think about it. No more discs from netflix. All you need to do is download the movie and watch it in 24 hours. Any movie you want, as many times as you want. No waiting for the mail, just download and watch. It is like using netflixs, with out the disc. You might be limited to your number of disc per 24 hours, your normal disc rate, but that is it. Netflix will no longer have waiting periods. Brand new movies now.

If you still want to buy dvd's or bluray, you can. You still can make backups of those movies.

This is only for streaming. If you do this, the majority of movies will become available for free online. Why? Because the majority of the problems with providing it online right now is not the user viewing it. But a pirate copying and then selling as a dvd/bluray for cheaper then the producer does.

Once the producer can lock the content up so it is only viewed on the internet, the vast majority of movies will be able to be stream for nominal amount of money.
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Because people like a reason to itch and complain about everything.
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Why are people freaking out about this?

This isn't going to affect you, if you even if you rip movies, torrent games, or share music.
exactly.. it's blown out of proportions because people from 1 year old platform are jealous of SB's massive ownagnessss
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