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Software Review: Cognicity AudioKey 1.0

You've probably done this yourself. You download a file -- graphic, music, or video -- from the net. And at some point you show it to someone else, who says, "Cool! Where'd you get it?". And you answer, "Duh...I don't remember". Now imagine you've created that content (we've all been guilty of that on occasion, right? :-). What would it be worth to you to embed your own digital "signature" inside that file, so that even if someone grabbed a copy and put it on their own site, the original information would still be inside it so that anyone could check it and find out where it really came from and who it belonged to? But what good is embedding information in a multimedia file if it screws up your listening or viewing pleasure? That's the point...AudioKey's technology is so advanced that you can't hear it.


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