Acoustic fingerprinting is the concept of processing amplitude/frequency/bitrate fluctuations of recognizable sound streams that come from well-known multimedia content, whether its from celebrity speeches, music, TV or movies. In the beginning this proved to be a useful tool for making it easier for the average individual to apply ID3 tags to CD-rips of albums into MP3 or other file formats.
As a liabilityEdit
The Nunica Internet Social Alliance's response to thisEdit
YouTube's blocking of content as a result of this automated technology is a key factor in the formation of the Nunica Internet Social Alliance's activism to secure our rights to free entertainment, along with the recruiting of other activists to join.