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Trust Trust is the personal believe in correctness of something. It is the deep conviction of truth and rightness and cannot be enforced If you gain someones trust you have established an interpersonal relationship based on communication, shared values and experiences. Trust always depends on mutuality. This process has been reshaped by the computer industry Now a microchip does that task for you The industry calls it "trusted computing" This chip will be in Computers Notebooks Servers PDAs Game units DVD players Set-top boxes Watches Mixers Steam irons Fridges Fire-extinguishers Grandfather's earplugs Toilets Dogs ??? Boxes And it will be in your devices, too. What has trusted computing to do with trust? Let us show you. In a trusted computing environment the major goal is to protect us from potential threats. The original trusted computing idea is designed to let you decide what to consider as threat and what to consider trustworthy. You can control by your own personal conviction. Trusted computing sounds great - doesn't it? The industry's interpretation of the trusted computing idea looks quite similar aiming at the same: To fight threats and make computing trustworthier. The main difference is that you can not decide by your own what is trustworthy and what is not. Because they already decided for you. And they already decided not to trust you. So if they don't trust you why should you trust them? Trust is the personal believe... Trust always depends on mutuality. Trusted computing sounds great is it? Learn more: www.againsttcpa.com Directed, animated and produced by: Benjamin Stephan, Lutz Vogel Voiceover: Christian Hoening - Thanks! Sound: Simon Mahler, www.fotone.net This movie is licensed under a creative commons license Download, info and contact: www.pixelamusement.com www.lafkon.net Lafkon publishing

Video Details

Duration: 3 minutes and 30 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
Genre: None
Views: 222
Posted by: 0leg on Jan 28, 2011

"Trusted Computing" - ever heard of it?
This motion graphic style documentary explains what the term "trust" has in common with "Trusted Computing" and where you will meet this so-called technology in the near future.

Written, directed and animated by Benjamin Stephan and Lutz Vogel.
Voiceover: Christian Hoening
Sound: Simon Mahler

Originally published at http://www.lafkon.net/tc/

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