"Back in November, 2003, I wrote The Real Battle at Comdex:
Intellectual Property vs. Internet Protocol, as one in my series of
reports for Linux Journal from what turned out to be the last
Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Looking at that piece again gives
me a weird kind of deja vu. 'I had a brief conversation with John
Perry Barlow,' I reported. 'He said one of his biggest concerns was
Intel's new LaGrande technology, which creates a way to embed
supply-controlled DRM in what will likely become more than 90% of
the world's computers.'
"Then I excerpted some of a report on what Intel was saying at
the time about LaGrande..."