If the only use for this is embedded systems which only upgrade on command from the mother ship, that's one thing. But if Netflix has any interest in streaming movies to bog-standard PCs running Linux, I wonder how long before a splice starts circulating to disable DRM after dm-verity has been run. I suppose the truth is that there are probably a zillion ways to defeat DRM on a standard Linux PC, so splicing wouldn't be necessary.
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