Sunday, 14 March 2010

The Cartoon Guide to Digital Rights Management

Genius: The Brads – Why DRM Doesn’t Work

 

2 comments:

locklizard.blogger.com said...

Hi,

Digital rights management is a technology that controls usage of information, such as the expiry, the right to print, etc. The technology is useful for companies that want to block the forwarding of sensitive e-mail, for e-book security to restrict access to copying and printing of materials, and in a movie studio to limit the number of copies one can make, among other uses. Thanks a lot...

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locklizard.blogger.com said...

Hi friends,

DRM technologies have been developed with little regard for privacy protection. The systems usually require the user to reveal his or her identity and rights to access protected content. DRM systems could lead to a standard practice where content owners require all purchasers of media to identify themselves. Thank you....

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