SanDisk Launches Card-Based DRM Technology
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Sep 28, 2005, 7:06 PM by (staff)
SanDisk this week announced TrustedFlash, a technology platform for adding DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection to memory cards. TrustedFlash works with all major memory card formats. NDS, a common DRM scheme for video content, will be included, but support for additional protection schemes such as Janus and OMA2 can be added to any TustedFlash card automatically, as-needed. Only devices supporting TrustedFlash can access protected content, but the cards can also store non-protected files that can be accessed by any device. Samsung has promised to release at least 15 phones next year that support TrustedFlash. Yahoo! also announced that its Music Engine will be released for TrustedFlash, enabling Yahoo! Music users to use purchased music with TrustedFlash cards and devices.
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Nothing like getting excited about your rights being managed. I love huge corporations that make tons of money, but I'm not about to get excited about devices that will eventually put more limitations as to what the co
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