DRM technology and policy

David Honig dahonig at cox.net
Wed Apr 23 19:24:17 EDT 2003

At 10:37 PM 4/23/03 +0100, Paul Walker wrote:
>On Wed, Apr 23, 2003 at 07:44:45PM +0000, Andreas Bogk wrote:
>> Sure.  But if somebody claimed that the newspaper changed, I could go
>> to my personal archive of that news source, and compare.
>True. But, if there's a difference between the two, why should I believe
>something you've got rather than something that's on their server?

Oh please.  Of course you wouldn't believe any 1 random
(reputationless) person. But if lots of people saw it, you'd probably
believe something was there vs. a brainfart 
or deception.  That's also how we distinguish
others' hallucinations and deceptions from reality.

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