>> As long as you have local key management and the option to disable your rights have not been infringed in _any_way_.
>This simply isn't the case. Free Sofware— and the success of our ecosystem— depends on not just the ability to be personally free but to have the freedom to pass those rights on to other people.
And you still haven't provided any example as to what rights aren't being passed on to other people, because there aren't any and you have no argument.
> And again, there is no guarantee that it will be deactivatable. It was not until Redhat fought to fix that, and windows 7 existed before then.
I'm not sure I can even parse that. In any event key management and the ability to disable are part of the Win8 logo requirements which should be widely adhered to. It doesn't have anything to do with RedHat and much to do with Win7.
> As far as the corporation comment— Microsoft and RedHat sat at a negotiation table making these decisions
Maybe they were smoking cigars and drinking whiskey too...
> And Fedora could work to make it easier
And of course the tools Fedora uses to make this happen will be available to anyone so it will be at least as easy for you or me as it is for them.