Macrovision, C-Dilla license SAFEDISC antipiracy technology

September 1998
EMedia Professional;Sep98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p15
Academic Journal
Focuses on a comprehensive licensing program of Macrovision Corp. and C-Dilla Ltd. allowing mastering facilities and replicators to offer the SAFEDISC antipiracy technology to their clients. Two licensing options for facilities seeking to offer the SAFEDISC technology.


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