Princeton Team Cracks SDMI
Source: LinuxToday - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks SDMI is the music industry forum trying to build a system for protecting digital music against being illegal copying. The outfit launched the Hack SDMI challenge last month to invite the public to attack its digital watermark technology and possibly win . . . SDMI is the music industry forum trying to build a system for protecting digital music against being illegal copying. The outfit launched the Hack SDMI challenge last month to invite the public to attack its digital watermark technology and possibly win a $10,000 prize. Computer scientists and electrical engineers at Princeton, along with outside teams led by graduates of Princeton's computer science program, claim that they were able to remove the watermarks placed in music files by SDMI, without significantly degrading the audio quality.

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