SPOTLIGHT: EFF says TCG limits customer choice

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) said the TCG's recent list of phone security standards are designed to tighten vendor control over the use of cell phones. According to the EFF, the specifications will increase vendor control over digital rights management, device authentication, software downloads, mobile payments, and mobile ticketing. TCG says the standards are security measures, while the EFF claims they only curtail consumer choice. Article


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