Copy protection or content protection is a technology that restricts or prevents the reproduction of software, films, music, and other media.
The Bright Hub guide to copy protection is a library collection of articles that contain tips, reviews, instructions and other information on the technology and issues concerning copy protection and related issues. The topics covered in this guide are diverse, ranging from how to create a copy protected photo CD to the importance of November 21 in computer history, and much more.
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|Creating a Copy Protected Photo CD
This article describes how to make a copy protected photo CD for distribution. This helps to ensure that no one can make unauthorized copies of your images....
|This Day in Computer History: November 21
Today marks the anniversary of the internet's very first stable computer-to-computer connection. Read more in "This Day in Computer History", a chronology of notable events...
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars for Macintosh
I don’t believe anyone would argue there is a lack of quality FPS games for the Macintosh when compared with what is available for Windows-based PCs. We can do one of two things...