[MD1] Protecting Internet Distributed Software
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Free Developers Kit for Protecting Internet Distributed Software and Files
DALLAS, TX -- August 12, 1997 (INB) -- Today, USWK (Universal Software Key)
Co. announces a free developers kit for protecting programs and music/video
files distributed over the Internet. Based on a patent pending process,
this developers kit allows programmers to give the maximum protection
possible to their copyrighted programs and files while making it easy and
unobtrusive for the general public to use. Now available for immediate
download at: http://www.uswk.com
With software piracy on the rise through ever-increasing bandwidths of the
Internet, and the conversion of music and video files to digital formats,
software developers and media artists are crying out for protection. USWK
Co. answers them with their free developers kit.
Instead of fearing the strength of the Internet, software developers and
media artists can now use it to their advantage. By protecting their
programs and files with the USWK protection process, 24-hour a day, 365 day
a year marketing of software products direct from developer to consumer is
now economically possible on a world-wide basis.
Companies using this invention will have an advantage over those that don't
because direct marketing from developer to consumer will always be cheaper,
faster, and more convenient than the normal process of physical
distribution through middlemen.
What makes the USWK protection successful is that the technology it's based
on, isn't secret technology but a simple process that allows developers to
put in as much protection as they wish, thereby protecting their
copyrighted work according to how valuable they feel it is.
USWK Co. is based in Dallas, TX.
This press release and other information can be found at
http://www.uswk.com For more information please contact Mr John Willsey at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 214-692-8335.