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Wednesday, September 08, 2004
SONY's Key2audioXS With Controlled Burning Feature


This Fall Sony DADC will introduce Controlled Burning to its audio customers. This Digital Rights Management solution gives content-owners the freedom of allowing their end-consumers a limited amount of private copies.

Controlled Burning offers a profitable compromise by granting consumers private copies whilst protecting the rights of content-owners. Controlled Burning is a sophisticated technology which allows content-owners to pre-determine how many copies off of everyoriginal may be made.

Only the original disc can function as a master. The copies themselves are equipped with key2audioXS copy control, rendering copy attempts unsuccessful. Controlled burning is a secure way for record labels to allow consumers make a limited number of copies of their music while preventing uncontrolled duplication.

Today a unprotected CD can be copied unlimited times and so can its copies, significantly threatening revenues of the music industry. A protected disc on the other hand stops any kind of copying and may limit a consumer's options. With Sony DADC's Controlled Burning solution content-owners and their customers are given new opportunities in using the purchased music.

Music labels still ensure the protection of their content whilst customers needn't surrender their back-up copies. For more questions, please contact us at sales-xs@key2audio.com.


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