Latest Digital video fingerprinting Stories

2008-10-23 09:00:18

IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Audible Magic Corp. today announced that Audible Magic has licensed video fingerprint software from IBM to enhance and expand its portfolio of patented audio and video identification technologies. Fast, accurate identification of video content uploaded by website visitors is necessary to protect and properly compensate copyright owners. Audible Magic has integrated the IBM software into its newly-available CopySense A/V ID service, which combines Audible Magic's leading...

2008-10-16 12:00:10

BayTSP, the leading provider of online intellectual property monitoring, enforcement and measurement services, announced today that it has named John Salter as Vice President of Product Development. Salter will be responsible for overall product and services development in addition to overseeing the company's computing, network and storage infrastructure and managing the IT, Systems operation Center and Data Control teams. Salter had a 21-year career in IT at Paramount, leading a variety...

2008-08-18 09:00:32

BayTSP, the leading provider of online intellectual property monitoring and enforcement services, announced today that its Content Authentication Platform (CAP) is capable of scanning up to one million minutes video on user-generated content (UGC) and other video hosting sites daily. BayTSP also announced that it has indexed 492 million minutes of video previously posted to UGC sites. This catalog provides insight into historical trends relating to posted copyrighted content, user...

2008-06-25 12:10:00

The Associated Press unleashed a firestorm in the blogosphere earlier this month when it demanded that a political site take down AP content it said violated copyrights. Bloggers, including Michael Arrington of TechCrunch.com and Markos Moulitas of Daily Kos, cried foul, saying the AP's move threatened the free flow of information over the Web. The furor abated a few days later when the AP tempered its demands. But the dustup between the AP and bloggers was just an early skirmish in what's...

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