[linux-elitists] Monday 15 Dec: first all-Open Source System-on-Chip

Seth David Schoen schoen@loyalty.org
Thu Dec 11 23:11:47 PST 2003


Geoff Lane writes:

> If you can hear it or see it, you can rip it.
> OK the quality isn't as consistent as it would be with a pure digital
> copy, but the single analog->digital conversion isn't a problem and from
> that point it's digital all the way.

http://judiciary.senate.gov/special/content_protection.pdf
http://www.cptwg.org/Assets/Presentations/ARDG/ARDG%20page.htm

... you might observe that they attained the first of the three
regulatory objectives described in the Content Protection Status
Report last month.

(If you have the ability to read PowerPoint documents, take a look
especially at the MPAA presentations at ARDG, like the introduction to
the analog reconversion problem and the MPAA reference model.)

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