Intel, Sony prep digital content standard

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Intel, Sony prep digital content standard

Intel, Sony and a host of Japanese electronics manufacturers on Tuesday will propose a standard for allowing consumers to freely swap movies and music downloaded from the Internet between all the devices in their homes. “The Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) over IP (Internet Protocol) specification is aimed at balancing the interests of consumers, who recoil against restrictions placed on how and where they can use digital content, and copyright owners, which are terrified of piracy.”

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