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Robert Wilhelm Schumann, Richard Whittemore, David Moshe Goldschlag, David William Kravitz, Siu Leong Iu, Guillaume Mercier, Michael Bergeron, Jack Ehrhardt, Richard Vitkus: Digital content distribution system and method. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, April 13, 2010: US07698570 (26 worldwide citation)

A content distribution system and method which prevents unauthorized access to secured content such as movies and music. The system includes a source, a receiver, an authorized security device such as a conditional access module (CAM) for decrypting authorized content and an output device for output ...


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Randal Eye, Thomas Siner, Jeffrey Segal, David Moshe Goldschlag, Robert Wilhelm Schumann: Local content security system. Cinea, David Grossman, David Yee, October 2, 2007: US07277544 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system for securing broadcasting content locally at receiving stations that may be remote to a broadcaster. Embodiments of this invention implement controllable and renewable security measures, compatible with many other content processing and display systems. These securi ...


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Prasanna Ganapathi Basavapatna, Satish Kumar Gaddala, Sven Schrecker, David Moshe Goldschlag: Mobile risk assessment. McAfee, Patent Capital Group, March 18, 2014: US08677497 (3 worldwide citation)

A query is received from a particular endpoint device identifying a particular wireless access point encountered by the particular endpoint device. Pre-existing risk assessment data is identified for the identified particular wireless access point and query result data is sent to the particular endp ...


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Robert Wilhelm Schumann, Richard Whittemore, David Moshe Goldschlag, David William Kravitz, Siu Leong Iu, Guillaume Mercier, Michael Bergeron, Jack Ehrhardt, Richard Vitkus: Content packet distribution system. David G Grossman, June 6, 2002: US20020067914-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A transport packet generation apparatus and method used in a system which delivers content such as movies and music is disclosed. This invention provides a mechanism for providing and retrieving content on a medium such as a DVD optical disc. One aspect of the present invention provides content by p ...


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Prasanna Ganapathi Basavapatna, Satish Kumar Gaddala, Sven Schrecker, David Moshe Goldschlag: Mobile risk assessment. McAfee, Patent Capital Group, August 18, 2015: US09112896

A query is received from a particular endpoint device identifying a particular wireless access point encountered by the particular endpoint device. Pre-existing risk assessment data is identified for the identified particular wireless access point and query result data is sent to the particular endp ...


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Robert Wilhelm Schumann, Richard Whittemore, David Moshe Goldschlag, David William Kravitz, Siu Leong Iu, Guillaume Mercier, Michael Bergeron, Jack Ehrhardt, Richard Vitkus: Digital content distribution system and method. David G Grossman, February 21, 2002: US20020021805-A1

A content distribution system and method which prevents unauthorized access to secured content such as movies and music. The apparatus includes a source, a receiver, an authorized security device such as a conditional access module (CAM) for decrypting authorized content, an output device for output ...


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Robert Wilhelm Schumann, Richard Whittemore, David Moshe Goldschlag, David William Kravitz, Siu Leong Iu, Guillaume Mercier, Michael Bergeron, Jack Ehrhardt, Richard Vitkus: Digital Content Distribution System and Method. Digital Video Express, David Grossman, December 13, 2007: US20070286421-A1

A content distribution system and method which prevents unauthorized access to secured content such as movies and music. The system includes a source, a receiver, an authorized security device such as a conditional access module (CAM) for decrypting authorized content and an output device for output ...


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Randal Eye, Thomas Siner, Jeffrey Segal, David Moshe Goldschlag, Robert Wilhelm Schumann: Local Content Security System. Dolby Laboratories, March 5, 2009: US20090060181-A1

The present invention is a system for securing broadcasting content locally at receiving stations that may be remote to a broadcaster. Embodiments of this invention implement controllable and renewable security measures, compatible with many other content processing and display systems. These securi ...