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Digital Rights Management
Adobe Systems is using Apple's streaming-media protocol as the de facto standard in its Primetime video-publishing system — putting its own technology on the back burner — in acknowledgement of Apple…
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UltraViolet is ready to fill its digital lockers.
The battle between HTML5 and Flash to be the dominant means for video playback on the Web is nothing less than epic.
How they're innovating: Ariel Napchi and Ronny Golan are trying to put a positive spin on digital rights management (DRM), one of the ideas that can raise hackles among technophiles.
Warner Music Group, the lone DRM-free holdout among the majors, has inked an exclusive deal with Amazon.com to offer MP3 tracks with no copy-protection software attached.
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The Motion Picture Assn. of America has appointed tech guru Steve Weinstein to run Movielabs, an R&D outfit the film industry is funding largely to spur development of antipiracy technologies.
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