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[News] Adobe Irons Out Quirks in Flash for GNU/Linux

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Benchmarking Flash Player 10 (Updated)

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| Another big improvement for Linux users is the addition of support for 
| Flash's video camera functionality. Adobe's Mike Melanson described this 
| feature back in July when it appeared in beta 2. Adobe collected feedback and 
| camera information from users to help fine-tune the camera support. It is 
| implemented with the Video4Linux v2 API, which is tightly integrated with the 
| Linux kernel and supports a wide range of devices.     



Flash Player 10 Is Live

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| The release version of Flash Player 10 is out there and available for
| download. Hopefully, it will soon be available from your favorite automated
| update repository since such package management should resolve the new
| dependencies needed for Flash Player 10.


Flash Cookies: The Silent Privacy Killer

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| Looking at my list, I see over 100 websites that have been accessing the same
| cookie for the last year (the last time I formatted my computer). Some of
| them are storing only 1kb of information, some are storing the full 100 kb’s.
| On my own computer, I see that my bank is storing flash information despite
| the fact that there isn’t a single flash application visible when I log in to
| check my balance. I see Youtube, CNN, Microsoft, Rotten Tomatoes and a ton
| more!



Adobe releases DRM tool for Flash video

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| With a price tag of $40,000 per CPU, the tool is aimed at broadcasters and
| site operators that use Flash to serve streaming video.


Adobe Pushes DRM for Flash

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| Now Adobe, which controls Flash and Flash Video, is trying to change that
| with the introduction of DRM restrictions in version 9 of its Flash Player
| and version 3 of its Flash Media Server software. Instead of an ordinary web
| download, these programs can use a proprietary, secret Adobe protocol to talk
| to each other, encrypting the communication and locking out non-Adobe
| software players and video tools. We imagine that Adobe has no illusions that
| this will stop copyright infringement -- any more than dozens of other DRM
| systems have done so -- but the introduction of encryption does give Adobe
| and its customers a powerful new legal weapon against competitors and
| ordinary users through the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

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