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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

More patent chicanery. I seem to recall many players having stop play pause buttons long before 2002. How does the USPTO manage to miss these things?

Ars on CD-R and the RIAA.

OpenTV. As we move towards a world with no filters, do we really *want* all those camera angles? I'm sort of glad that DVDs haven't taken advantage of that capability. Censorship bad, editing good.

FCC wants to track WiFi.

Trademark abuse.

Brilliant marketing.

From the studies of the readily apparent department.

Blu-Ray DRM ploy working?

DualDisc actually going somewhere?

Another Slate article on Hollywood.



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