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February 6, 2012 by

More TV Now may mean less TV later

We all love sticking it to the man, so it's little surprise that Optus' TV Now court victory was hailed as a win for the mobile-wielding little people. Yet, in the longer term, the decision will force Stephen Conroy into a tricky legal corner; the resolution of the issue could see mobile-broadcast rights sequestered, or see footy all but eliminated from free-to-air networks.

September 18, 2007 by

Everything you've read about Vista DRM is wrong (Part 2)

Windows Vista includes a new set of features that allow playback software to work with protected media, especially high-definition content. This DRM infrastructure is bitterly controversial, and it's given rise to an enormous amount of misinformation. In part 2 of this three-part series, I continue my detailed examination of the errors, dostortions, and untruths in the most widely quoted paper on the subject, written by New Zealand researcher Peter Gutmann. I was stunned to find that some of the assertions in his epic paper are directly contradicted by his own sources, and that two of his key stats are literally made up. See the proof for yourself.

February 4, 1998 by

Getting e-mail at the Games

Traveling to Nagano, Japan, home of the XVIII Winter Olympics, this week? Naturally, the first thing you'll want to do when you get there is check your e-mail.


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