Tools under review by the major labels would limit the number of backups that could be made from ordinary compact discs and prevent copied, or “burned,” versions from being used to create further copies, according to Macrovision and SunnComm International, rivals that are developing competing versions of the digital rights management (DRM) software.
SunnComm said a version of its new “secure burning” technology is already being tested by BMG Music Group, the world’s fifth-largest record label and the most aggressive to date in pushing CD copy protection schemes in the United States. Macrovision’s version is expected to be ready in the next few months.
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