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TiVo for the Internet

Posted by: , 03:37 AEST, Mon June 25, 2007

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Online video recorders pose a piracy issue that could devestate ad based revenue for online video sites
Software that records any online video and downloads it onto a computer hard drive, can be bought on the Internet these days for under $100. The technology is expected to move into the mainstream with the introduction of several new video players in the coming months.

RealNetworks new media player, which will be available for public testing next week, allows users to record video streams with one click. It prevents a user from downloading video embedded with digital rights management, but it does not prevent the recording of all copyrighted content.


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