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Thursday, November 29, 2007


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[Thanks to a reader apparently from Canada who writes:] The author of the blog is incorrect. See Exhibit C (Compliance Rules), section 2.4.3 of CableLabs' CHILA agreement (http://www.opencable.com/downloads/CHILA.pdf) OCUR products may output Controlled Content over the DRI interface (i.e., the USB) as long as it is protected with either Microsoft's WMDRM and Real Network's HelixDRM. Unfortunately, RN has taken Helix off the market for devices http://www.drmwatch.com/drmtech/article.php/3663976

It should be noted that CableLabs has provisionally approved DTCP-IP as an output protection technology http://www.cablelabs.com/news/pr/2007/07_pr_dtla_082307.html

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