2000-11-09 SvsG Emails

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Staddon vs. Griever: SvsG Messages: 2000

2000 Messages


12:27 from Nick

From: <Nick.Staddon-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@carrier.utcspam.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 12:27:57 -0500
Message-ID: <00330BCC.C22114spam@spamcarrier.utcspam.spamcom>
Subject: MP3 security idea
To: Bubba <bubba-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@redhousespam.com>
Cc: me <nick-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@redhousespam.com>

How about if when you purchase a music track from somewhere, they encrypt it so that it can only be played if you have the encryption key -- which would be something like your credit card number or maybe some kind of "copyright user ID". That way pirated tracks could always be traced back to their source (or else they couldn't be played) -- yet friends could still share them and an individual could play the same tracks on several machines, unlike the schemes which tie the track to a specific machine.

N. =16:45 from Nick

From: <Nick.Staddon-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@carrier.utcspam.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 15:11:58 -0500
Message-ID: <0033108D.C22114spam@spamcarrier.utcspam.spamcom>
Subject: something to check
To: Bubba <bubba-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@redhousespam.com>
Cc: me <nick-2022-06-26-01:21-spam@redhousespam.com>

Go to tradeout.com. Search for "t-shirts". There isn't anything really stunning there right _now_ (though "Grateful Dead Lithuanian Basketball shirts" did catch my eye", but perhaps we should keep checking. Further, we could list the Liquid Blue close-outs there, with us as contact...