December 05, 2002
Testimony in ElcomSoft Trial Yesterday

Here are a couple of items from yesterday's testimony on ElcomSoft: From news.com, an Adobe Systems employee testified yesterday that no eBooks were found illicitly copied by ElcomSoft's software.

"A former Adobe Systems piracy investigator testified Wednesday that it was impractical to expect a foreign firm to comply directly with a U.S. law protecting rights of digital copyright owners," from Wired.

And from SiliconValley.com: "A former Adobe Systems piracy investigator testified Wednesday that the San Jose-based software company viewed a Russian computer program as a 'major problem' to the security of its eBook reader product."

Posted by Mary Hodder at December 05, 2002 09:43 AM
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If you think that's bad, Encom has also installed a Master Control Program (MCP) that has shut down Group 7 user access, and is appropriating outside systems all over the world.

Posted by: Alan One on December 5, 2002 03:28 PM
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