By: IT News Blog

Security expert Bruce Schneier says Vista's enhanced “features” are not always for the good of the users. In fact, in some cases, they may even work against the users. In hisrecent post, Schneier explains Vista's digital rights management (DRM) feature, which he claims Microsoft built into Vista “at the behest of the entertainment industry.”
Vista blogger Nick White, meanwhile,posted this Q&Aon the Vista content protection feature in a bid to put some of these DRM questions to rest.
You can add DRM to the mounting list of reasons not to upgade to Vista.

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