Saturday, 11 August 2012

Stallman hates DRM Uplay rootkit even on the Discworld :LTG Episode 104





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About Episode 102

In episode 102 we talk about DRM sucking, but is Steam on Linux a bad thing? Telkom taking pain, but LTE is coming and the Internet archive is now using BitTorrent. For that and far more watch the show.

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