January 25, 2006

Best Law Money Can Buy: Sensenbrenner & Conyers

David Weinberger:
Ed Felten writes about his attempt to find out about the VEIL content protect technology specified in the Sensenbrenner/Conyers bill that would mandate that electronic devices plug the "analog hole." (The analog hole is the fact that analog playback can be converted into digits. E.g., point a digital camcorder at a movie screen. Or, play a DRM'ed mp3 on your computer and use digital recording software to intercept the analog signal on its way to your speakers.
Obviously, these matters are vital to Wisconsin and Michigan constituents. Posted by James Zellmer at January 25, 2006 1:47 PM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
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