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Re: [dvd-discuss] Security Systems Standards Certification Act [SSSCA]
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- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Security Systems Standards Certification Act [SSSCA]
- From: "Ernest Miller" <ernest.miller(at)aya.yale.edu>
- Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 03:04:04 -0500
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Real Networks - "we love the DMCA - death to the Streambox VCR"
AOL - "Yeah, like we care about freedom - the SSSCA protects our Time Warner
content and will help us destroy independent ISPs"
Yahoo - "We only defend our right to make money"
Although each of these organizations may have some trouble with certain
provisions of the SSSCA, they are likely to support it in general (with the
proper exceptions for themselves, of course).
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2002 9:16 PM
Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Security Systems Standards Certification Act
> Those would be worthy additions....but remember the intel testimony?
> too that RealNetworks, AOL and Yahoo are are in the situation that they
> customers who want content that they can't provide. THey have customers
> want stuff to work with that they can't (e.g. Mickey Mouse).It could get
> interesting...or not... But I'd have to agree about watching it...IT might
> interesting to read a transcript later
> After reading the SS-sca hearing transcript, I think HOllings and McCain
> really surprised to hear some opposition that stated that they spend more
> research each year than the Studios rake in as revenues.
> Date sent: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 21:01:23 -0500 (EST)
> From: Scott A Crosby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Security Systems Standards Certification
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> > On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, Tuyet A. N. Tran wrote:
> > > In case anyone is interested, I understand that MSNBC
> > > Silicon Summit III broadcast on 3/17/02 will include a
> > > discussion on SSSCA. A preview of panelists:
> > Wow, talk about a balanced and diverse panel.
> > Can I nominate my additions for the list?
> > David Touretsky -- Computer science professor
> > Eric Corley -- Magazing publisher
> > Eric Eldred -- librarian
> > Dan Wallach and/or David Wagner and/or ??? -- Computer science
> > and security experts.
> > And one or more representatives from EFF
> > Anyone got a URL or think they'd give a damn if I were to send this
> > to them? If the panel were a bit more diverse, I'd be sure to
> > watch/monitor it. But this.. This is a farce.
> > Scott
> > > Craig Barrett, Chief Executive Officer Intel Corp.
> > > Rick Belluzzo, President and CEO Microsoft Corp.
> > > Jeffrey Bezos, Founder and CEO Amazon.com
> > > Rob Glaser, Chairman and CEO RealNetworks*
> > > Barry Schuler, Chairman and CEO America Online
> > > Terry Semel, Chairman and CEO Yahoo!
> > > Howard Stringer, Chairman and CEO Sony Corp. of America
> > > Ted Waitt, Chairman and CEO