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 Jan 10, 2006 - 09:21 AM - by Michael
* Gates on the 360

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Engadget have a piece with Bill Gates talking about the Xbox360, including plenty of his "let's all implement DRM" bullshit:

Well, of course, in the dialogue with the rights owners, they're very interested in our rights management system, [asking if] there is something that we're doing that is both easy to use and yet makes them have some comfort. And we have that dialogue with the cable industry in terms of being able to connect up, they demanded enough that it will only be with Vista that we'll be able to meet their requirements, and with Vista Media Center that will be a new feature that comes along with that.

 

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