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This board is an open forum to discuss an emerging industry, Digital Rights Management, its' players and their: positions, progess, pitfalls and impacts. Of course, The $$$$$ potential of it all is on topic and barnyard animals are included. The Mother Of Invention by Necessity is its' own Computer Software Industry. An incestuous relationship indeed, DRM software has been equated to a metaphoric Cure for Cancer and accused of representing all that is Draconian. Does that mean all that is Draconian is the Cure for Cancer? Or incest is best kept in the family? Currently, Global scrutiny of DRM is being tested in a number of Courts, Parliments and Legislatures reaching conclusions as varied as the cultures struggling with the issues. Of course, opportunities and challenges for Producers, Protectors, Artists and Consumers of Digital Content shall be downloaded guidance. All wishing to steer the New World Order, those who just want to make $$$$$ off it and last but not least, anyone feeling divinly inspired to scream, bleat, crow, moo, cluck, roar or bitch about it...... Set your post here! Mr. Fence p.s. All posts on this board should be construed as the humble opinion of the poster and may or may not contain bias, half truths and doctored quotes from outside sources. Furthermore, forward and backward looking statements are encouraged. Finally, message #20 is linked to an excellent, objective and well thought overview of the "big picture" (DRM included). Much food for thought. Musicunited.org conveys a compelling message as well.
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#59   Mediatechnics and The Amergence Group have entered the mrfence 06/17/08 05:44:53 PM
#58   Macrovision has left the copy protection business. mrfence 04/06/08 02:14:19 AM
#57   OT: mrfence 10/06/06 01:51:14 PM
#56   Felten (with help from the Electronic Frontier Foundation) mrfence 09/24/06 05:27:39 PM
#55   http://www.slysoft.com/en/ This is a link to another innovative private mrfence 09/23/06 06:55:24 PM
#54   9/8 - Major Software Pirate Receives Record mrfence 09/23/06 06:14:40 PM
#53   The following commentary appears courtesy of Billboard Magazine mrfence 09/23/06 05:56:54 PM
#52   Macrovision recognized as having best DRM and eCommerce kenco 05/30/06 08:51:22 PM
#51   http://news.com.com/Sony+rootkit+settlement+gets+final+nod/2100-1030_3-6075370.html mrfence 05/23/06 12:30:35 AM
#50   MMXT/SCMI Product Idea... copy protection for phones to kenco 05/16/06 11:25:44 PM
#49   This is big!!!!! DRM flexess it's arm!!! mrfence 04/24/06 11:21:13 AM
#48   I've never noticed anything "usual" about SCMI/MMXT and mrfence 04/21/06 08:26:35 PM
#47   Regarding SCMI/MMXT, what usually happens when pinks reach kenco 04/20/06 07:45:12 PM
#46   Looks like solid $$$ potential for anyone in mrfence 04/19/06 11:42:23 PM
#45   DRM and CA to grow to US$4.7 billion kenco 04/19/06 05:07:04 PM
#44   Yes, "Legislation begets legislation" and "Only attorneys win mrfence 04/14/06 07:02:38 PM
#43   Unintended Consequences: Seven Years under the DMCA... kenco 04/14/06 03:33:26 PM
#42   Your Response, Mustafa mrfence 04/13/06 07:54:50 PM
#41   The patent application on which MediaMax V3/V5 and kenco 04/10/06 11:07:32 PM
#40   P.H.D. - Piled Higher and Deeper. I've mrfence 04/10/06 06:34:54 AM
#39   "The evidence shows that when firms take anti-shorting kenco 04/09/06 11:37:13 AM
#38   Thanx for that post. mrfence 04/08/06 10:40:05 PM
#36   Ever hear of the stock market crash of mrfence 04/08/06 10:15:52 PM
#35   Linux 'needs DRM support' for consumer success kenco 04/07/06 08:10:29 AM
#34   mrfence, Im sure there are, but SEC and kenco 04/07/06 08:09:08 AM
#33   OT or not? mrfence 04/07/06 12:52:42 AM
#32   OT: SEC Brings Emergency Action in Federal Court kenco 04/06/06 10:29:55 PM
#31   DRM costs revealed by Korean music service kenco 04/05/06 12:26:01 PM
#30   Hollywood studios pull plug on Sony Universal Media kenco 04/03/06 12:11:06 PM
#29   Live at the Witch Trials kenco 04/03/06 12:09:09 PM
#28   http://msn.wired.com/news/columns/2,70548-0.html?tw=rss.partnerfeed This link is another interesti mrfence 04/03/06 02:43:21 AM
#27   MUSICUNITED.ORG is a site addressing copyrights specific to mrfence 04/02/06 11:02:57 AM
#26   So what is everyone else upto in the mrfence 03/31/06 10:44:05 PM
#25   Here we are in 2006, no merger and kenco 03/31/06 12:24:34 PM
#24   2002 Sunncomm Merger News from Peter Jacobs... kenco 03/31/06 12:23:18 PM
#23   Anything to do with bean counting seems retarded mrfence 03/31/06 08:33:16 AM
#22   Excellent roar Kenco, It's time for you to mrfence 03/31/06 08:23:03 AM
#21   As anticipated, MMXT filed a time extension on kenco 03/31/06 08:11:39 AM
#20   DRM, 'Trusted Computing', and the future of our children kenco 03/31/06 07:55:54 AM
#19   No interest in slashing or bashin DRM today. mrfence 03/30/06 09:44:26 PM
#18   With regards to the shift key, that bypass mrfence 03/29/06 08:17:31 PM
#17   With or without the glass? Computers run mrfence 03/29/06 07:59:04 PM
#16   mrfence, but the music buyers dont want the kenco 03/29/06 07:30:13 PM
#15   Newly manufactured glass comes dirty, that's a fact. mrfence 03/29/06 01:43:51 PM
#14   mrfence, the DRM mechanism IS the dirty window kenco 03/29/06 01:34:58 PM
#13   updates to this saga will continue. Insights mrfence 03/29/06 01:03:25 PM
#12   Kenco, I see your point and agree but mrfence 03/29/06 12:48:12 PM
#11   mrfence, the problem is that, just as people kenco 03/29/06 12:32:28 PM
#10   Seems like all software has deep flaws but mrfence 03/29/06 10:47:50 AM
#9   Uh Ohh, I just bought a pavillion and mrfence 03/29/06 10:39:01 AM
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