eWeek has an article on Intel's increasing support for the Linux operating systems that says:
But the company [Intel] must still be careful how it addresses the new technologies, particularly those related to security or digital rights management, within the Linux community. DRM, which is generally seen as a method to control or restrict the use multimedia files on PCs, isn't a popular idea in the community, Raymond said.
"I don't think it makes business sense for Intel to push DRM heavily, because Linux is driving the hottest growth sectors in their market," Raymond said. "But if they decide to go that direction, the open-source community's attitude towards Intel is going to turn very hostile very quickly."