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Thread: Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

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    Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

    Anyone heard of this? Some guy on eBay claiming to sell CDs with this in the music files. Never heard of such a thing. I have heard of protections that might not allow you to rip.

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    Re: Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

    Yes it can exist.

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    Re: Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

    How would Embedded Digital Traceable Signature if on a CD or music files be embedded if they were ripped where new files were created?

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    Re: Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

    I guess that specific digital patterns are added to the digital audio data. A similar concept is known for digital Photos where you can add copyright informations to the photo which can't be seen, but proofed with specific Algorithmus.

    Dat Ei

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    Re: Embedded Digital Traceable Signature

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    I guess that specific digital patterns are added to the digital audio data. A similar concept is known for digital Photos where you can add copyright informations to the photo which can't be seen, but proofed with specific Algorithmus.

    Dat Ei

    and I assume that if embedded in the CD itself, even AccurateRip matching from ripping your CD would still work because all the CDs would contain this same digital info.

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