> Both or these aren't really practical once you think it through. Don't
> forget that each binary module can be wrapped by an GPL-module which the
> kernel cannot do anything at all about and the kernel would never even
> know a binary only module was loaded because the GPL module does it.
> There is no such thing as security... This kind of thing is already in
> use by at least two companies I know of (i.e. using open sourced glue
> modules to binary only code) so it is not just a theory I am making
there are countries where this might be considered a 'circumvention of a
technological measure' that controls access to a work. Law enforcement is
not the duty of the copyright holders. There is no such thing as a
burglar-safe house either.
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