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Table 11.3 PSID: Percentage of families needing tracking in 2005, and odds ratio estimates of need for tracking in 2005 from multivariate logistic regression model, by 2003 variables. Characteristic Age of head 530 30 39 40 49 50 59 60+ Sex of head Male Female Race of head White Black Other Marital status of head Married Never married Widowed Divorced Separated Age of youngest child No children 57 7 12 12 17 Split off indicatora Reinterview family Split off from reinterview family Recontact family Family composition change No change Change, not in head or wife Same head, different wife Wife is now head Other change Education of head Less than high school High school Some college College graduate Postgraduate Number of vehicles None One Unadjusted % needing tracking 31.1 18.9 17.9 12.7 9.5 16.1 22.7 11.9 27.9 22.3 12.6 28.1 12.5 22.2 28.8 15.0 24.0 19.0 19.7 16.4 34.6 34.3 15.1 18.5 24.9 26.7 33.1 24.2 18.3 18.4 9.6 10.4 30.8 22.0 Predicted odds ratios (OR) 95 % Confidence interval for OR
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AACS works by encrypting the contents using AES 128-bit keys, a major improvement over the proprietary 40-bit cipher used by CSS. Brute-forcing AACS is out of the question and leaves only the option of attacking the implementation of the algorithms. AACS provides individual disc players with a unique set of decryption keys. If a successful attack is disclosed, then the keys to a particular player can be revoked. Future content will be issued with specific rules that block access by the revoked reader. Even if the successful attack is not disclosed, movies protected by AACS are divided into different sections that have been encrypted with different keys. Analyzing the digital watermarks on the different keys enables the AACS LA to ascertain which player has been compromised and revoke access to that type of player. Much like the digital video wars at the end of the 1990s, AACS provides a basic mechanism to block certain types of access; this corners attackers and facilitates future control. AACS uses a number of elements to deploy the security mechanisms. Some basic elements are as follows. (i) Volume IDs Unique identifiers stored on discs. VIDs cannot be duplicated using standard recordable drives, and hence bit-by-bit copies are not possible. This increases the complexity of bit-bybit piracy. VIDs are required to read discs, but there are indications of a technique to avoid this security mechanism. (ii) Content Decryption AACS embeds four elements on the disk: the master key block (MKB), volume ID, encrypted key and encrypted content. MKB is encrypted and each drive will use its private keys to recover the MKB. The MKB provides the master processing key (Km). By combining the Km and the volume ID (using a one-way function), the software obtains the volume unique key (Kvu). The Kvu is used to recover the encrypted title key, which in turn is used to recover the content. The process of content decryption is illustrated in Figure 4.19. (iii) Audio Watermarking AACS can support the use of audio watermarking. The audio track of the content would be marked. AACS complaint readers are required to check that the watermark is present during playback. Failure to find the watermark on the audio channel will cause the reader to lock the signal and playback will be stopped. This approach will protect against manual recordings made using high-definition camcorders and similar media. The sound track from that recording will not include the watermark. (iv) Fair Use AACS includes a functionality that supports fair use. Consumers are allowed to make controlled copies of the contents. These copies will retain the DRM controls, but they will be available on different equipment used by the consumer. One example would be to store a copy of a disc on the home entertainment system or use wireless to broadcast content to a handheld device in the home.
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In this case your brain can produce appropriate actions when you don t even know that such actions are needed. In other cases your brain can produce appropriate actions even though these are different from the actions you think should be made. In this experiment you are sitting in the dark. I show you (brie y) a target dot inside a frame. Immediately afterwards I show you (brie y) the target inside the frame again. This time the target is still in the same place, but the frame has moved to the right. If I ask you to describe what happened, you will say, The target moved to the left. This is a typical visual illusion in which your visual brain has wrongly decided that the frame stayed still and so the target must have moved.10 But if I ask you to touch where you think the target was, then you will touch the correct point on the screen your pointing is unaffected by any movements of the frame. So your hand knows that the target has not moved even though you think that it has. These observations show that your body can interact with the world perfectly well even though you don t know what your body is doing and
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