Here is a Stallman's story:
I don't know exactly how trusted computing works, but could't we find the encryption keys inside our TC-compliant hardware and get them published?
In the story above, Dan gives his password to his future wife, but, what would have happened if he gave it to the entire community as well?
In the imaginary dystopian future, he would have been jailed, but here, in the real world, no one can arrest you for having given away a number which regards your hardware only, isn't it?
If anyone who doesn't care about TC, and, I suppose, normal end users don't, publishes her keys, content protection can't be achieved, isn't it?
Perhaps Stallman did only write a story, and I have just said lots of foolish things...