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Friday, April 15, 2005

Filesharing conference at a certain location in upstate NY.

The next copy protection scheme is released for next-gen DVD formats. Doesn't look like they learned much from the rapid cracking of the original CSS. One scary feature is that they have the right to revoke any given model of player's ability to play any discs if it is compromised. When does a device you own still really stay yours?

Bill to free the Internet from FCC jurisdiction.

Hollywood looking to BitTorrent. SNIU

Maya design SNIU.

Protecting digital 'property' without legislation. DRM and lack of anonymity are the answer, apparently.

A podcast search engine.

WIPO summary.

Actors' Union blocks CC-licensed film.

Why VZ challenged the early RIAA subpoenas.



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