The Register: MS Palladium Boss to Debate TCPA with Anderson, Cox

“UK open source consultancy netproject is clearly on something
of a roll. Earlier this month the company announced the first
deployments in a pilot scheme intended to equip police forces in
England and Wales with secure Linux desktops, and next month it
plays host to what sounds like being the trusted computing face-off
of the year–John Manferdelli versus Ross Anderson versus Alan

“It is of course possible that they’ll all agree, although if so
it’s not immediately obvious about what. John Manferdelli is
general manager of Microsoft’s Palladium business unit, and you can
get an idea of where he’s coming from here, while some of Ross
Anderson of Cambridge Computer Labs’ fears and doubts about
TCPA/Palladium are expressed here. Lead Linux kernel developer Alan
Cox you probably know about too, and he’ll be dealing with the
issue as regards open source…”


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