Pirates, do you Copy Protection schemes from industry heavy-hitters compete for market attention

Manafy, Michelle
May 1999
EMedia Professional;May99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p12
Academic Journal
Deals with the initiatives taken by some computer companies in finding an alternative copy protection schemes for digital audio and video content. Copy protection systems of Sony; Details on IBM's testing of a secured downloading system; Proposed solution of the Copy Protection Technical Working Group and the Recording Industry Association of America.


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