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Watermarking-based Traitor Tracing to Deter Piracy of Entertainment Content

Piracy forensic workflow
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This talk will be organized in three main parts. To begin with, I will review the ecosystem of the Entertainment industry, survey the different tools available to combat piracy and introduce the multimedia forensics workflow typically in use today. Next, I will focus on digital watermarking, a technology used to introduce imperceptible machine-readable markers in multimedia content. After briefly going through fundamentals, I will describe in more details the 2-step watermarking strategy adopted by Technicolor and discuss its pros and cons e.g. to accommodate for HTTP Adaptive Streaming transmission. In the last part, I will discuss how recent passive forensics techniques could prove useful in the context of watermarking-based traitor tracing. In particular, I will showcase how the low-power flicker signal created by the interplay between a LCD screen and a camcorder could serve as a powerful tell-tale indicator to help forensic investigations. To wrap up, I will discuss enduring challenges in watermarking research and suggest potential avenues for research.

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[1] , "Watermarking-based Traitor Tracing to Deter Piracy of Entertainment Content", IEEE SigPort, 2015. [Online]. Available: http://sigport.org/186. Accessed: Jun. 18, 2018.
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