WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Researchers have created an invisible "digital watermark" to protect copyrights for images placed on the World Wide Web. The watermark, developed at Purdue University, can be added to multimedia images -- everything from news photos and NASA pictures of the Martian landscape to original art and video.
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