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Protecting Digital Media with End-to-End Encryption
Promising perfect security, a new media protection system called 'm-sec' challenges the audio world. The concept is both straightforward for the customer and complex from a technical point of view. Digital music, protected with m-sec, never leaves the encrypted domain and can be published over the Internet. But playing the music will only be possible after 'personalization' ' for a one time fee.
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