Wednesday, September 12, 2012

McAfee invented DRM photos posted on Facebook

Which was presented to us as a "condom for your social life" allows you to prohibit your friends to download your photos published.

The screen printing is disabled, but we have no details on the exact functioning of this solution.

It will still be difficult to understand the value of DRMiser content published on a social network. Indeed, the best attitude for the content that you will not see published remains ... not to publish them. For the rest, when a screen can display content, it is anyway possible to circumvent such a solution one way or another.

With such a tool, McAfee probably trying to have a social dimension, giving the impression to the users should be protected especially while educating them on the risks of social networks or learn to properly manage parameters thereof.

It would be much more interest to an application that would solve more easily the many options a site like Facebook that solution that tries to enter the DRM in the daily lives of users.

This does not rule also many problems, such as the dissemination of pictures of you without your consent, leaving them time to diffuse before a possible withdrawal of Facebook.


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