A music industry consortium formed to secure the next generation
of digital music denied Monday that vandals had successfully
breached the security of six new technologies designed to protect
music copyrights. "To think, that in 24 hours, that [the testing group]
could analyse almost 450 submissions... then leak those results... it's
simply ridiculous," said Leonardo Chiariglione, executive director of
the the Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI). ZDCOUK reports.
October 17, 2000