The Register follows up on an earlier story: "The SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) group has announced, despite earlier
claims to the contrary, that practically all of the 447 entries to the 'Hack SDMI'
challenge bounced off. This would mean all in the garden was lovely, if it weren't for
the pesky Princeton University researchers led by Edward Felten, who stoutly
maintains that SDMI is toast, and says the Princeton team will be publishing its
results by the end of the week."
November 9, 2000