I don't think the EU proposal goes far enough.
I use RealVNC instead of TightVNC. TighVNC just has way too many bugs when using its video driver. If running Excel through TightVNCs video driver, you constantly get a "Not enough system resources" popup. And, if you edit anything with high ascii characters in it, the rest of the text goes invisible. The RealVNC video driver just works correctly immediately after you install it.
Now before you all call me a trator
It is morally reprehensible that INTEL was literally crucified when they came up with the idea of a processor ID and yet Microsoft gets away, fairly unscathed when they implement a hash of hardware data as part of WPA. To me, there is zero difference.
I'm going to list out what I don't like and who knows, maybe some
1.) Repeating. VLC uses the clunky "A to B" strategy and one can not just check a "repeat all" check-box.
2.) Shoutcast radio lists. Right-click + Open-Folder on a folder, does not work and if you double-click on a folder, it opens the first station in the list and starts playing it. (ug) Also, you have to click "Title" twice if you want the channels in alphabetical order after opening up a folder. (ug)
"Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberrys!" -- Monty Python and the Holy Grail