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Intertrust provides trusted computing products and services to leading global corporations-from mobile, consumer electronics, and IoT manufacturers, to service providers and enterprise software companies. These products include the world’s leading digital rights management (DRM), software tamper resistance, and technologies to enable private data exchanges for various verticals including energy, entertainment, retail/marketing, automotive, fintech, and IoT.

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  • It seems this is the encryption used by the Freestyle Libre 2 Glucose sensors? There it provides 0% security and 100% annoyance for diabetics who simply want to use THEIR medical data for their therapy.

  • Fascinating !!! And so on target

  • This is just a random note about the channel, not the video. I saw some of your videos and I think they were pretty informative. The reason I didn't full care about most of the videos is not because I didn't find them not interesting but because I didn't trust them. Let me explain. When you hide your comments (in some videos), your likes (also in some videos), and your subscribers I really don't find it trustworthy. I and I believe many others don't feel like engaging in watching a channel that hides it's subscribers. It just feels very unprofessional. Even if the subscribers are 5 people, that's a whole lot better than not seeing any. It shows you're community, having a community is a great thing and hiding subscribers just makes me not able to 'trust' intertrust. That's just my opinion, I'm petty sure many others feel the same way.

  • But what is the price

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  • Why is it impossible to find pricing information then ?

  • Very good video

  • you must make some tutorials for encoding videos and integrations !

  • We can and have done better than a blog post about handling intractable medical genetics problems - we created GeneMatcher (now part of the Matchmaker Exchange) thanks to an NIH-funded Centers for Mendelian Genomics grant