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Subject: UKNM: Protecting downloaded video images against piracy. -Reply
From: John Enser
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1999 13:01:08 GMT

Use a technology which limits replication - look at intertrust.com,
magex.com, or liquidaudio.com for some ideas.

>>> "Fugard, William" <William [dot] Fugardatcwcom [dot] co [dot] uk> 8/December/1999
04:10pm >>>
Hello all,

Slug-like download issues to one side, if I hypothetically was selling
film/video from a website as a download is there any way I can eliminate
minimalise the risk of piracy? Possible idiot question I know, so quality
UKNM put-downs to a minimum please.

William Fugard

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