[Linux-aus] UEFI secure boot

Luke Martinez me at luke.asia
Wed Oct 5 23:26:16 EST 2011

Ah, well that's the evil in it all. We can't really make them assume
responsibility for the boot locking. Because they don't require them to
provide the ability to turn it off. As in, in court they could just say, "
we didn't force them, speak to the oems ."

Hopefully that argument wont stand up when we fight them in court.*

Luke Martinez,
Me at luke.asia

*unfortunantly its looking less of an if, more of a When.

-- android 2.3.4 custom build - sorry for the spelling.
On Oct 5, 2011 10:55 PM, "Bianca Gibson" <ringwraithenator at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry, I didn't write clearly.
> I meant that it doesn't require OEMs to allow the UEFI to be disabled or
> users to add their own keys, as said in the article you (Luke) linked.
> Thanks, Bianca.
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