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David Steinberg at the helm and a leadership team so deeply rooted in Southern Nevada it is no wonder that SDMI has always been a true community partner and neighbor.
The MD5 watermark, developed by the British firm NetPD, is quite different from the aforementioned SDMI watermark.
Efforts, such as the Secure Digital Music Initiative ("SDMI"), which aim to establish standards that can be built into equipment or rendering software to technically protect digital content, are not easy to bring to fruition because the content industry has very different interests than the consumer electronics industry.
Felten had bested an encryption scheme created by the Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI), a record-company consortium that's trying to prevent albums from being copied and distributed electronically.
SDMI consists of four committees, focusing on airlift, sealift, stock positioning, and resources.
Technologies like Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) (83) and digital watermarks (84) offer copyright holders the potential to restrict copying of protected materials and to track the uses of those copies that are permitted.
In a public challenge, the SDMI had been offering a $10,000 prize to anyone who could remove a digital watermark from a music file in less than a month.
The paper in question, entitled 'Reading Between the Lines: Lessons from the SDMI Challenge,' explores the inner workings of a technology developed to prevent unauthorized copying of digital-music files and explains how the researchers broke the code.
Information Hiding Workshop in Pittsburgh, cited fears of being drawn into a long and costly legal battle with the SDMI, the Recording Industry Assn.
If the Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) is being undermined by too much competition, it would be logical for the RIAA to ask Congress to mandate installation of SDMI technology to protect digital music.
SDMI is supposed to deliver music that can't be turned into a million free MP3 files.