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March 11, 2003 by

Support wanes for antipiracy chips

Plans to hard-wire copy protection into consumer-electronics devices are being shelved as the industry grapples with battles over antipiracy policies, standards and consumer rights.

May 21, 2001 by

Rebel's swan song

While the fat lady isn't singing just yet, Vivendi Universal's acquisition of is further evidence that online music's era of raucous, market-shaking experimentation is fading.

April 23, 2001 by

SDMI hack draws legal threats

A music industry group is seeking to block publication of research that describes anti-piracy technology known as watermarking, saying a report stemming from an industry-backed hacking challenge violates digital copyright law.

February 6, 2001 by

Bertelsmann: Making music with Napster

Bertelsmann has a plan, but it must sell it to customers--and the competition. Andreas Schmidt, CEO of the company's e-commerce group, is just the man to see this deal through.

January 27, 2001 by

Napster and friends under fire!

Everybody's favorite song-swapping app and its ilk have made a lot of friends amongWeb-savvy music aficionados everywhere, but also a lot of enemies. Napster foesare lining up left and right to protect the integrity of digital copyrights.


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