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Wireless content gets new security spec

Big names in the wireless technology market have joined forces to protect music and video distributed over the Internet through wireless devices. On Monday, the Open Mobile Alliance revealed a new set of interoperability specifications that is designed to shield music and video files transmitted through wireless gear from illegal file-sharing and piracy. In an effort to drive the specification, a group of vendors, including Intel, mm02, Nokia, Panasonic, RealNetworks, Samsung and Warner Bros. also announced on Monday a coalition called the Content Management License Administrator (CMLA) that will develop the licensing framework. Full Story

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