Tag Results for copyright (19)

  1. This Week in Cybercrime: Stuxnet Two Years Older Than Previously Believed

    Plus: Advanced malware uses tweets to defeat security measures, a cryptography luminary says we need a new way to keep data secure, your ISP might shut down your online service for copyright infringement, and the U.S. Supreme Court dismisses a challenge to the government’s cybersnooping

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  2. DVD copy protection goes to the dogs

    The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has spent years trying to prevent copying of movies. It tried technological fixesâ''scrambling signals in prerecorded videocassettes, copy protection codes in DVDs. It tried legal fixesâ''going after people and tools that unlocked copy protection codes. It promotes legislation intended to stop copying. And while it succeeded in putting a some companies out of business and inconveniencing consumers all this effort hasnâ''t done much to stop those determined to copy movies. Back a couple of years ago, someone at the …

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