[free-sklyarov] Interview with Dave Touretzky

mike castleman mlc67 at columbia.edu
Tue Aug 28 18:24:35 PDT 2001

A translation of the introductary text (the English version of the
interview itself is already there, at the bottom of the page):

Dave Touretsky, maintainer of the well-known Gallery of CSS Descramblers
and of the new Gallery of Adobe Remidies (about the case of Dmitry
Sklyarov and Adobe) has responded to the questions that the readers of
BarraPunto [spanish for slashdot] asked some days ago. Within his
comments (incuded in the body of the article), he brings my attention to
his concern with the idea of the Trusted PC, he alerts us to the
possible prohibition of modification of PC hardware, of the loss of
anonymity on the Internet and its dangers... finally, he calls for the
breaking of protection methods and for the publication of the cracks,
offering his galleries to publish them.

On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 04:21:55PM -0400, Jay Sulzberger wrote:
> http://barrapunto.com/articles/01/08/28/179203.shtml
> oo--JS.

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