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Microsoft deal may lead to free, but "watermarked" music
  Posted by: Digg on Aug 20th, 2007 4:05 PM
Microsoft has agreed to license its audio watermarking technology to Activated Content Corp. of Seattle. We all know watermarking's place as a part of the music industry's DRM toolbox, but Activated—already a DRM watermarking player—now wants to use Microsoft's watermarking technology to get into the advertising business. Watermarks... and ads? Yep Original Digg Page

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