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Thursday, January 20, 2005

Tech lobby talks tough in DC.

Smithsonian catalogue goes online. America's heritage, for $0.99 apiece.

Region-coded printer cartriges. DVDs were bad enough.

DRM interoperability advances. A move towards a standard? If so, it will only work if the standards are durable e.g. not cracked in weeks like happens now.

A reminder that network monitoring is harder than it looks.

Art as parody.

Critical copyright case appealed.

Looming copyright expiry induces rerelease of mothballed songs.



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