Free Software Foundation recommendations for free operating system distributions considering Secure Boot

Posted by bob on Jun 30, 2012 10:51 PM EDT
Free Software Foundation; By John Sullivan
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"Under the guise of security, a computer afflicted with Restricted Boot refuses to boot any operating systems other than the ones the computer distributor has approved in advance. Restricted Boot takes control of the computer away from the user and puts it in the hands of someone else. To respect user freedom and truly protect user security, computer makers must either provide users a way of disabling such boot restrictions, or provide a sure-fire way that allows the computer user to install a free software operating system of her choice."

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