>> 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.
Gentlemen, you need to realize that the problem is not Fedora or what they do. The problem lies in those distributing Fedora, that is, the OEMs. If System77 or Dell ships a laptop with Fedora preinstalled, then they are the ones that _have_ to instruct the user on how to change the keys, should they want to.
Fedora is just trying to be nice to people that didn't chose a preinstalled system, and instead just want to test the distro in hardware blessed for Windows 8. That you can do this is GOOD.