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Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field
Posted by: Jon Newton 2005-11-30 14:53:09
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A filmmaker in India believes he's hit on the perfect Digital Restriction Management solution: hiding secret coding in "every single print." So suggests producer Firoz A. Nadiadwala. Meanwhile, the major movie studios are reporting eye-popping revenues in the mega-billions, their highest ever. At the same time, fronted by the Motion Picture Association of America, they say they're being ruined by counterfeiters, whom they call pirates, and file sharers, whom they call thieves.

Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field
Posted by: melgross 2005-11-30 14:54:36 In reply to: Jon Newton
And you are an extremely unbiased reporter here. :D
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Yes -- They are providing a platform to facilitate murder and mayhem.
Yes -- Everything must be done to protect society from danger.
Maybe -- I'm not sure they have the technological capability to stop them.
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No -- Authorities should monitor social networks to gather intelligence.
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