Hewlett-Packard (HP) has invested $1.5 million in Digimarc, which sells digital image copyright protection and antipiracy software, to help boost its research and development efforts.
Digimarc's digital watermark offering enables users to embed imperceptible information into images, music, video and documents, so they can use it for copyright identification purposes, licensing or tracking. It will now work with HP on jointly developing new products.
Bill Lloyd, vice president and chief technical officer, of HP's Inkjet Imaging Solutions, said: "HP has a big stake in helping our customers protect any form of output from personal computers, printers and the Internet."
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