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Fox, Warner want secure, high-def film players | Media Maverick – CNET News

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Hollywood hasn’t given up trying to persuade consumers to buy and collect movies or on digital rights management.

Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox are partnering with Sandisk and Western Digital to develop antipiracy devices in an effort to secure 1080p high-definition movies once they’re in the wild.

The companies announced today that they have formed a new consortium called Secure Content Storage Association (SCSA). The group will create the standards which they hope will be adopted by makers of Blu-ray players, tablets, and smart TVs. As of yet, the SCSA doesn’t have a device to show us but is working to launch a product later this year, according to a Warner spokesman.

via Fox, Warner want secure, high-def film players | Media Maverick – CNET News.

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Written by edparnell

February 28, 2012 at 10:48 pm

Posted in Business, Movies

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