I'm sure they're shivering with excitement at the prospect of watching a dude, his dirty CoD shirt speckled with Cheetos dust while he lounges on a months worth of empty Mt. Dew and Redbull cans, play his favorite game for 4 or 5 hours. --- Any man who's afraid of hiring the best ability he can find, is a cheat who's in a business where he doesn't belong.- Atlas Shrugged
Same reason why corporations always want to know more about your life: More ways to advertise.
I would say that if they saw the situation that I just described, they'd simply mod their heads with approval. --- Any man who's afraid of hiring the best ability he can find, is a cheat who's in a business where he doesn't belong.- Atlas Shrugged
They can also give the information to law enforcement, as per the user agreement. I don't particularly want the government to have the ability to spy on my private life simply because I don't agree with them or have certain values and beliefs that they can use to profile me.
The actual patent is for their technology to detect if there are more than X people in front of the TV, then stop your game/movie/music/whatever playback and throw up a box demanding that you buy more licenses.
But hey, if you're cool getting butt****** by corporations, whatever floats your boat.
Uh oh. TC has an Ayn Rand quote. He must be anti-government, and is most likely a member of the Tea Party. DHS has already released a memo that says if you are in the tea party, you cold be a domestic terrorist. I guess we know whose Kinect the government is tapping first.