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Friday, November 16, 2007

Anti-piracy software hunts down copyright clips to kick off video-sharing sites

Japanese researchers have come up with a rather snooty technique for detecting online pirated video content in places where it shouldn’t be. By analyzing clips for ’amateur-looking techniques’ KDDI reckons it can sort the professional stuff out from the garbage the rest of us produce.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Blogs to be policed by anti-copying software
Read the full story Internet | R&D 08:02 AM JMLH • Permalink

Due to the riches of the movie and music businesses, video and audio gain the most attention when it comes to online copyright violation, but unauthorized use of photographs and other artwork is also an issue, particularly for individuals with no corporate protection.



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