Video watermarking has been around for a while now but this technology can only reveal in which cinema a recording was made. The latest invention goes one step further and can tell investgators exactly which seat the cammer was sitting in to an accuracy of 44cm.
It's only a matter of time before cinema owners are forced by the big studios to start taking night vision snaps of movie-going audiences before every screening.
We dread to think what else they might catch going on in the dark.Torrent Freak
Source: theinquirer.net (c) 2010 Incisive Media
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