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Former Chrysalis IT VP operations files trademark for new Kanata start-up

News | 04/01/2005 5:00 am EST

A Kanata start-up called TVIDIA is proposing to use a new proprietary digital rights management (DRM) system to sell content, including movies and music content, online. The company is keeping details mum for the moment, but it did file on March 8 for trademark protection for the terms “Content Protection System” and the company’s name, “TVIDIA.”

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