Do you know someone who has pirated music at least once in their lifetime?
If so, then they have contributed to the more than $12.5 billion
lost due to piracy.
In an effort to help prevent media pirating and protect 4K Ultra HD streaming content, HDCP 2.2 was created. HDCP, developed by Intel, secures the cable connecting the source and the TV, monitor or projector that is displaying the content. By improving this security feature, it will help prevent someone plugging a Blue-Ray player into a digital recording device to make a personal copy. However, customers are getting frustrated because most of the HD devices in homes right now are HDCP and don't support HDCP 2.2
unless the correct equipment is purchased.
To learn more, read the full article written by Michael Ansaldo by visiting www.pcworld.com.