Digital Rights Management: Technological, Economic, Legal and Political Aspects (Google eBook)
Springer, Nov 4, 2003 - Business & Economics - 805 pages
The content industries consider Digital Rights Management (DRM) to contend with unauthorized downloading of copyrighted material, a practice that costs artists and distributors massively in lost revenue.
Based on two conferences that brought together high-profile specialists in this area - scientists, lawyers, academics, and business practitioners - this book presents a broad, well-balanced, and objective approach that covers the entire DRM spectrum. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, the book is structured using three different perspectives that cover the technical, legal, and business issues.
This monograph-like anthology is the first consolidated book on this young topic.
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232 Authentication Identification Techniques and Secure Containers Baseline Technologies
233 Digital Watermarking
234 Content Based Identification Fingerprinting
235 Rights Expression Languages
38 The Darknet and the Future of Content Protection
Digital Rights Management Legal and Political Aspects
412 The Copyright Wars A Computer Scientists View of Copyright in the US
42 Protection of Digital Content and DRM Technologies in the European Union
422 Digital Rights Management and Privacy Legal Aspects in the European Union
423 Private Copying and Levies for Informationand CommunicationTechnologies and Storage Media in Europe
The European AntiCircumvention Provisions
43 Protection of Digital Content and DRM Technologies in German Copyright
236 Electronic Payment Systems
237 Mobile DRM
24 A Sample DRM System
25 DRM and Standardization Can DRM Be Standardized?
26 Trusted Platforms DRM and Beyond
Weaknesses in Existing Systems
28 If Piracy Is the Problem Is DRM the Answer?
Digital Rights Management Economic Aspects
ValueDriven Electronic Markets Networks and Value Webs in Economic Integration of Digital Products
33 Creating a Framework for Business Models for Digital Content Mobile Music as Case Study
34 Impacts of DRM on Internet Based Innovation
35 Evaluating Consumer Acceptance for Protected Digital Content
36 Lessons from ContentforFree Distribution Channels
37 Standardization in DRM Trends and Recommendations
433 Implementation of the European Info Directive in German Law and Its Consequences for Teaching and Research
Political Conﬂicts in Germany
Access Right as a Postmodern Symbol of Copyright Deconstruction?
45 Business Technology and Law Interrelations of Three Scientific Perspectives on DRM
46 The Present and Future of Digital Rights Management Musings on Emerging Legal Problems
Getting Insights DRM Conferences 2000 and 2002