March 2003
Mix;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on the establishment of legal policy actions for distribution of digital content in sound recording and technology industries in the U.S. Impact of the P2P Privacy Prevention Act on electronics manufacturers; Implementation of security technology on the products; Protection of copyrights and fair-use rights of consumers.


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