in Africa. Where else will giant African beatles blend in?!
For sure I thought Microsoft was going to be forced to pay some ridiculous amount of money for doing something obvious. Now be glad they didn't use this technology to protect a web browser, because those are sacred!
The RIAA should probably not watch the first 10 seconds of this launch party video on burning music: http://www.youtube.com/user/LaunchParties#play/all/uploads-all/2/9l0-TtH6icc "If you enjoyed the music tonight....you ought to take it home with you. Let me walk you through how to burn a cd..."
But keep in mind the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meet-in-the-middle_attack
Hmm, we need "hundreds of millions of people and devices" connected. IPv4 has 2^32 addresses, so 2^32/10^8 = ~43, so IPv4 provides "hundreds of millions" of addresses, in fact, it provides 43 hundreds of millions of addresses. No need to worry about IPv6 at all.