An updated version of the CSS Procedural Specifications is available now. A downloadable copy is available here
Following the decision of the California Court of Appeal, Sixth Appellate District in DVD Copy Control Association, Inc. v. Kaleidescape, Inc., William Sloan Coats of White & Case LLP, counsel to the DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA), issued the following statement.
"The DVD CCA appreciates the Sixth Court of Appeal?s thorough review of the issues in question in this case and welcomes its decision to reverse the trial court judgment. The Appellate Court recognized what we have maintained all along, Kaleidescape had agreed to a complete contract that mandated certain requirements with which devices must conform in order to be Content Scramble System (CSS) compliant. We look forward to returning to the trial court to obtain an injunction requiring Kaleidescape to comply with its contractual obligations under the CSS License Agreement and Specifications. ...."
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