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Advanced Access Content System

Definitions

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  • proper noun A standard for content distribution and digital rights management.

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Examples

  • All Blu-ray players use the AACS short for Advanced Access Content System copy-protection scheme, which employs a technology called High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, or HDCP.

    Goodbye, HD component video: Hollywood hastens the 'analog sunset'

  • Even the Advanced Access Content System used on Blu-ray discs has been cracked.

    PCWorld

  • The system allows a studio to add a title-specific layer of copy protection to Blu-ray discs on top of the Advanced Access Content System used on all BD releases.

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  • The system allows a studio to add a title-specific layer of copy protection to Blu-ray discs on top of the Advanced Access Content System used on all BD releases.

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  • DIGG's CEO Jay Adelson later on explained that these actions were done to avoid potential lawsuits by the Advanced Access Content System, "the owners of this intellectual property," who got in touch with Digg and other sites saying they

    The Blog Herald

  • AACS stands for Advanced Access Content System, uses two keys - a title key and a player key.

    IT & Security Portal» IT-Observer

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