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Hack-Proofing Hollywood?

Podcaster Jennifer Chu covers the debate over content control from the Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.
September 29, 2006

There’s new security technology designed specifically to protect movies from hackers. But how long will it last? And will it even matter in the long run?

Podcaster Jennifer Chu sat in on a lively conversation at the Emerging Technologies Conference that included Brad Hunt, chief technology officer for the Motion Picture Association of America, and Andrew “Bunnie” Huang, a technology hacker and consultant for security systems companies.

Listen to the podcast to find out what these industry insiders had to say.

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