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 CSS2 protection is pushed-off due to DeCSS
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Message Text: "...Due to security concerns expressed by the recording industry, among others, as a result of the recent "hack" of the CSS video technology, the 4C Entity, LLC has withdrawn the CSS2 technology from consideration for use in relation to DVD Audio products. A substitute encryption system is now being developed, and details concerning that technology will be available in the near future. At this time, however, there are no specifications or other documents available, and all non-disclosure agreements that were distributed in relation to CSS2 have been (or are being) cancelled..."

 
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