DTLA: Networking Content in Your Digital Home
In 1999, DTLA began licensing a content protection technology that also ensures consumers' reasonable and customary right to make personal use copies and to enjoy that content digitally networked throughout the home. Digital Transmission Content Protection ("DTCP") has been widely adopted across the globe in consumer electronics products from set top boxes and digital TVs to Blu-Ray and DVD recorders; in voluntary standards groups; by a spectrum of cable, satellite, and media services; and over a variety of wireless and wired interfaces.
Friday, June 19, 2015 - Update - Certificate Licenses for DLNA Vidipath
DTLA has posted an updated license offered to DLNA Service Provider Members for use of DTLA-generated certificates for Vidipath servers.
Thursday, May 14, 2015 - Certificate Licenses for DLNA Vidipath
DTLA has posted licenses offered to DLNA Members for use of DTLA-generated certificates for Vidipath clients and servers.
Tuesday, May 05, 2015 - Update - CableLabs Review of Recently Added DTCP-IP Elements Complete
DTLA confirmed with CableLabs that it is unnecessary to obtain approval for the Remote Access feature of DTCP-IP. Therefore, review of the "DTCP+" features of DTCP-IP is complete under the DFAST Technology License Agreement for Unidirectional Digital Cable Products and the tru2way License Agreement for bidirectional devices.
Tuesday, February 03, 2015 - CableLabs Confirms Approval of Elements Added to DTCP-IP
DTLA announced that CableLabs has approved use of the Digital Only Token, Content Media Information ("CMI"), and Copy Count features of DTCP-IP for all CableLabs content protection technology licenses, including the DFAST Technology License Agreement for Unidirectional Digital Cable Products and the tru2way License Agreement for bidirectional devices.
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