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Bill Invests $20M to ensure copyright enforced

Alan writes "An article in December's Scientific American indicates that Microsoft invested $20M to develop technology that could be placed in neighborhood patroling vans to detect copyright infringement. This "Tempest radiation technology" uses the radio emissions from monitors which can be received and decoded, remotely reproducing the image that appears on the monitor."
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Bill Invests $20M to ensure copyright enforced

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