Rallying the disc patrol

Block, Debbie Galante
December 1998
EMedia Professional;Dec98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p34
Academic Journal
Examines issues surrounding copyright protection for digital video disk-read only memory (DVD-ROM). Piracy problem from a planetary perspective; Cost of piracy; Proposed solutions for the problem; Factors to consider when choosing a protection scheme; Various approaches to copy protection; Cue taken from the CD-ROM experience; Publishers' point-of-view; Outlook for DVD copy protection. INSET: Protection for the wild blue (laser) yonder.


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