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Wednesday, June 02, 2004
Anti-Piracy solution based on fingerprints

iVue is the name of the world's first Fingerprint Secured Anti-Piracy Media Player which is delivered by Veritouch and developed in cooperation with the Swedish design firm Thinking Materials AB, and the NYC-based mastering studio, Sterling Sound.

VeriTouch Ltd, a world leader in securing digital media, has delivered its groundbreaking iVue Personal Media Player for demonstration to several major US record labels and industry associations RIAA and MPAA.

iVue's technology ensures that any music, video or video game delivered to the customer may only be played on the iVue after a successful fingerprint scan on the player. This means that each protected file is uniquely locked by the customer's fingerprint making it unable to be copied or shared.

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