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Digital-Rights Software Debut

Digital-rights management software maker Liquid Machines Inc. will debut Liquid Machines 1.0, software the company says will help organizations control proprietary information. The software will create, enforce, and monitor data-security polices, such as who can view, forward, alter, or print protected documents. It's expected to be widely available by July; pricing is expected to start at $50,000.

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