Dear Participants and friends,
FTA Content Protection Principles will be the subject of a discussion at the upcoming ABU Workshop. We hope to have your presence and support for ABU Content Protection Principles in Kuala Lumpur. The event is from Mar 10-13, 2008, Prince Hotel. Please contact me if you require information.
Secondly, Attached you will find 2 new Primer documents entitled:
1) Japan's Broadcast Protection Solution
2) Alphabet Soup of Content Protection Technologies
Live Videos on our CCP event held at ShangriLa hotel, 28 Nov 2007 has also been uploaded.
We encourage you to join us to find more information and reports regarding content protection. Attached you will find membership/brochure information. We hope to have your confirmation and payment for 2008 membership to CCP soonest. 10% discount for those on this mailing list.
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Cherlyn Lu and Isa Seow
NEWS REGARDING 'CONTENT PROTECTION':
PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM HARMFUL CONTENT ON THE INTERNET
An international experts' survey assigns the task to prevent children from encountering unwanted and harmful content on the Internet with highest priority to parents and pedagogues, while policy makers, companies, and the police are seen as carers with less relevance.
NAGRAVISION SELECTED BY DOMINANTA TO PROVIDE RUSSIA’S FIRST COMMERCIAL CONDITIONAL ACCESS SYSTEM FOR MOBILE TV
Nagravision announced today that Russian carrier Dominanta’s mobile TV services, will be protected by the Nagra Mobile TV conditional access system. This will be the first commercial conditional access system in Russia to support both DVB SimulCrypt and ISMACryp content protection schemes.
RIAA EXEC WAS “SIMPLY MUSING” ABOUT CONTENT FILTERS IN YOUR HOME
Mashable weekend editor Paul Glazowski recently discussed the idea that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is possibly looking to place piracy filtering software inside our homes.
ADAPTIVEMOBILE ISSUES WARNING TO PARENTS ON RAPID INCREASE OF MOBILE PORNOGRAPHY
According to the company, children and teenagers are at an increasing risk of being exposed to pornographic images and videos through their mobile devices.
http://internetcommunications.tmcnet.com/topics/broadband-mobile/articles/20308-adaptivemobile-issues-warning-parents-rapid-increase-mobile-pornography.htm Read more