Fox, IBM Join In Copyright Protection For Home Networks
by ANTONE GONSALVES
Internet Week, publication date: 18 April 2005
"Current technology allows consumer-electronic devices to share digital content, as long as the devices are part of a closed network. The technology, however, breaks down when the network gets too complex, such as with the addition of multiple wireless-access points, Stefan Nusser, an IBM research manager, said."
"Metro coding is not meant to replace digital-rights management technology used in preventing illegal copying of digital content, Nusser said. The new technology would be used as a complement to DRM software."