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Interoperable digital rights management platform

Interoperable digital rights management platform

technical specification, phase II

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Published by Digital Media Project in [Switzerland?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer security,
  • Digital rights management,
  • Electronic commerce,
  • Electronic data interchange,
  • Security measures,
  • Data protection

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe Digital Media Project
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.A25 I583 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination285 p. ;
    Number of Pages285
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25226657M
    LC Control Number2009655241

    expect content to be portable across different devices and platforms. This de-gree project study of technology enabling Digital Rights Management (DRM) interoperability can be used to meet both content owners’ and end customer’s expectations. The degree project concludes that . Interoperability, Digital Rights Management and the Web. White Paper: Overview We are on the verge of an important inflection point for the Web. In the next few years commercial web video delivery utilizing new, international standards (DASH Media Ecosystem) will become commonplace.

    Both of today's Spotlight Patents concern aspects of digital rights management. Assigned to LG Electronics (KR), the first patent addresses techniques for transmitting a resource and providing information in a resource in a Digital Rights Management (DRM) interoperable system. Assigned to Samsung (KR), the second patent addresses techniques for. identified to justify non-interoperable ebook formats. Moreover, we study the digital rights management (DRM) measures employed by those retailers and question the necessity to build up additional walls between the ecosys-tems with the help of such measures. In .

    In partnership with the Berklee College of Music, Harvard Berkman Center, and several industry partners in the Open Music Initiative, we are investigating the design of a blockchain-inspired open and interoperable digital rights management platform.   This paper describes an interoperable Digital Rights Management architecture promoted by the MPEG standardization group in its new standard known as MPEG-M or MPEG Extensible Middleware (MXM). The goal of this standard is to promote the packaging and reusability of MPEG technologies, and for this it specifies a software middleware platform and Cited by: 7.


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Interoperable digital rights management platform Download PDF EPUB FB2

– to enable the DRM to be a platform component – ensuring security and state interoperability. OPEN SOURCE BROWSERS AND DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT All three of the remaining issues with a Web interoperable DRM solution are addressed if the DRM is baked into the platform.

The question is how best to accomplish this. Digital rights management (DRM) interoperability is becoming a necessity due to the wide variety of content protection systems.

DRM interoperability problems occur on Interoperable digital rights management platform book system layers: protected content, licenses, and trust and key management. Solutions for DRM interoperability can be based on format and platform by: 3.

BibTeX @MISC{10thedigital, author = {}, title = {The Digital Media Project Interoperable Digital Rights Management Platform}, year = {}}. Interoperability Digital Rights Management and the Emerging EBook Environment: Stephen Mooney Chair, Digital Object Identifiers for eBooks (DOI-EB) Chair, Identifier Special Interest Group, Open eBook Forum (OeBF) Co-Chair, Software & Information Industry Association, DRM Working Group Vice Chair, Electronic Book Exchange Working Group (EBX).

License Management Digital Item storage Digital Item Registration Usage Right management Usage license for Content Content Protected with DRM Technologies Unified DAM/DRM Platform Platform Overview Interoperable DRM layer Standard based usage rights and metadata exchange Interoperable platform Integrate with multiple Commerce Stores Content.

The long march to interoperable digital rights management. can be based on format and platform interoperability. Furthermore, three interoperability case studies are discussed: DVB, Coral, and. actions. This led to the development of specifications for interoperable Digital Rights Management (DRM) platforms technically open to value-chain players and for heterogeneous end-user devices.

The Digital Media Manifesto was the starting point of the Digital Media Project. A Digital Object Approach to Interoperable Rights Management for accessibility purposes.

The seamless integration of alternative, access-facilitating delivery mechanisms such as digital talking books, It is important to emphasize that the value of applying the digital object model is that it creates a common platform for producing and.

The use of Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies for the enforcement of digital media usage models is currently subject of a heated : Ton Kalker. to cinemas as well as the market-leading KDM platform used for theatrical digital rights management worldwide. He has also been instrumental in facilitating adoption of new and emerging technologies in post-production, all of which have maintained MPS's position at the technological forefront of the industry.

If we want the reader experience with digital books to be as good (or better) than with paper books, we'll need flexible, interoperable formats and devices. For example, one fundamental problem in the fledgling digital books market is that a major e-book reader vendor, Amazon, uses DRM and other techniques to lock readers into their libraries.

Digital Rights Management (DRM) tools or Technological Protection Measures (TPM) are a set of access control technologies for restricting the use of proprietary hardware and copyrighted works. DRM technologies try to control the use, modification, and distribution of copyrighted works (such as software and multimedia content), as well as systems within devices that enforce these policies.

Digital rights management. Anyone who has in any way dealt with digital content in the past two decades has come across this term.

It is talked about and written about in the context of all content disseminated digitally—books, films, music, and video games. It is the topic at every library and digital publishing conference and the subject of countless scholarly articles.

DRM inside Co., Ltd is making continuous efforts on R&D to secure global competitiveness for digital contents protection and distribution technologies in the fields of DRM interoperability, DCI-based digital cinema distribution management, scanned book copyright protection, and e-book DRM.

Standardization Strategy for e-Book DRM Interoperability 24 Hogab Kang DRM inside SMART on ICT Internatianl Open Forum. Digital Rights Management: Introduction At minimum, DRM provides the following: Governance Secure association of usage rules with information Persistent protection Trendy & very disputed technology Promises a lot to service providers Fears of inappropriate limitations of usage Hard to agree on usage policies A lot of technologies & standards.

JIPITEC 8 () 1 - Interoperability has become a buzzword in European policy debates on the future of the digital economy. In its Digital Agenda, the EU Commission has identified a lack of interoperability as one of the significant obstacles to a thriving digital by: 4.

Abstract: The use of Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies for the enforcement of digital media usage models is currently subject of a heated debate. Consumer organizations and national governments claim that DRM technology interferes with basic personal rights, such as the right to make copies for personal use or the right to use content on any platform of choice.

Digital Rights Management, DRM, rights enforcement, rights locker 1. INTRODUCTION Interoperability of Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a very popular topic, and has been for quite some time [4].

Consumers expect to have a digital media experience that is as flexible and seamless as the DVD model: buy anywhere, play anywhere. Everything you need to know about Social DRM for ebooks Watermarking is often confused with Digital Rights Management (DRM).

Watermarked e-books are fully interoperable and can be used. Standards such as MPEG-DASH or HLS and related standards help to achieve this in an efficient and interoperable way.

On the device side, different application platforms exist with different playback models. In order to distribute premium content, Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems are needed to protect the media : Stefan Pham, Franck Russel Kuipou, Stefan Arbanowski, Stephan Steglich.

Digital Rights Management for e-commerce systems is a proposed solution for IPR protection and management. These systems combine a handful of technological solutions such as watermarking, data encryption, information systems, databases, and e-commerce applications so as to deal with the issue of the protection and management of copyrighted.The Web and Digital Rights Management Implications for commercial media and the Web Cross-platform enhanced content protection web applications DRM interoperable media encoding DRM, commercial media and the Internet Sept Microsoft Corporation 2.