What I do have is a functioning memory and a reasonable ability to extrapolate from similar concepts.
By playing Microsoft's game you are implicitly accepting their terms and conditions, or as i said the first time around, legitimising Microsoft's *right* to terminate your boot key according to whatever rules they choose.
Actually, it's worse than that - to get a key signed by MS you have to *explicitly* accept their terms and conditions (BTW, do they have a clause saying they can unilaterally change them at any time?). It would be extremely unlikely for a court to invalidate such a consciously chosen and legal agreement.
Appeasement on the secureboot issue may be good, cheap, and convenient policy for RH and other corporate linux vendors. Not for anyone else.
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