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USENIX 2001 Security Symposium
the presentation the RIAA does not want you to see...
Lessons From the SDMI Challenge
Reading Between the Lines: Lessons from the SDMI Challenge
Scott A. Craver,
Min Wu, and
Ben Swartzlander, and
Dan S. Wallach, Rice University;
Drew Dean; and
Edward W. Felten, Princeton University.
read paper in pdf format
Panel Discussion on SDMI/DMCA
Moderator: Dan Wallach, Rice University
Panelists: Edward W. Felten, Princeton University;
Cindy Cohn, EFF; and
Peter Jaszi, American University
LIVE webcast starts at 6:00pm on Wednesday, August 15
RealVideo and Ogg Vorbis streams will be available
Program will be added to TechNetCast archives for access after the live presentation
VORBIS: An audiocast of this live event was delivered in Vorbis,
a non-proprietary, patent- and royalty-
free alternative to MP3.
This was one of the very first public uses of Vorbis streaming.
Thanks to the members of the Ogg community for their technical support
-in particular: Jack Moffitt, Michael Smith and Ed Zaleski.
more on Vorbis at technetcast
Coverage of the USENIX'01 Security Symposium,
August 13-17, Washington DC.
Includes webcast of keynotes and select conference sessions.
EFF: Felten v. RIAA
Ed Felten's SDMI Site
RIAA Files Motion to Dismiss Felten Suit