… like Tristan Nitot, president of Mozilla Europe. In fact the (siltent) installation of DRM (Digital Rights Management) is what upsets him.
By installing SP2 (and DRM technology) Microsoft or its business partners can prevent you from accessing files on your own hard drive. That’s unacceptible indeed, but not if you don’t have rights to access the file (like when it is an illegal copy). If you do, there’s nothing to worry about I think.
Tristan switched to Fedora Core 2 anyway, which I’m also trying out. But saying goodbye to Microsoft Windows definitely would be a step to far for me.