From: Adam L. Beberg (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 15 2001 - 15:37:53 PDT
This seemed of interest to valley forkies... another professor stomped on by
- Adam L. "Duncan" Beberg
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Subject: Reading Between the Lines: Lessons from the SDMI
Reading Between the Lines: Lessons from the SDMI
Challenge and its Aftermath
Prof. Edward Felten, Dept of Computer Science
Date Thursday, May 17
Time: 2:15 - 4:00
Location: Math (Building 380) Room 380
The music industry has proposed a range of "security
technologies" designed to prevent the unauthorized
copying of recorded music. Recently a group of researchers,
including the speaker Prof. Edward Felten, was forced to
withdraw from publication a paper analyzing several of these
technologies, due to threats of litigation by the music industry.
This talk will discuss what happened:
- the status of anti-copying technology,
- how the music industry is trying to prevent copying
- an overview of the technical analysis
- how and why the authors were threatened,
- and the effect of the Digital Millennium Copyright
Act on computer security researchers.
You can locate the building by going to
and clicking on Bldg. 380 Mathematics in the list of
Academic and Administrative Buildings. Parking info
can be found at http://www-facilities.stanford.edu/maps/download/.
Please allow extra time for parking.
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