CableLabs DTCP-IP deal opens three-Screen door

October 2007
CED;Oct2007, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the approval of Digital Transmission Copy Protection (DTCP)-Internet Protocol (IP) technology by CableLabs in the U.S. DTCP-IP technology aims to protect cable content that uses IP for unidirectional and bidirectional digital cable offerings. The approval allows CableLabs licensees to prevent pay-per-view (PPV) and video on demand (VOD) transmissions from unauthorized copying, and offers flexibility in using protected digital cable content.


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