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Pawlak Michel, "Towards a Digital Rights Management First Class Citizen", in Proc. DRM Workshop, CCNC'06 - Third IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, January 8-10, 2006), pp.

Abstract

As enterprise DRM is emerging, the environment in which Digital Rights Management is used becomes highly heterogeneous. Multiple fields, content types, processes, actors and systems are involved. In this context, considering only sector based interoperability is not enough. DRM interoperability should rather be considered more globally in order to provide a common ground of understanding and communication base. This paper introduces an approach based on Types to tackle DRM content interoperability. A DRM First Class Citizen can enable easy handling of rights enabled content as well as their integration into existing Information Systems independently of the content to be protected.

Bibtex

@inproceeding{ccnc06,
Author = "Pawlak Michel",
Title = "Towards a Digital Rights Management First Class Citizen",
Booktitle = "DRM Workshop, CCNC'06 - Third IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference",
Editor = "",
Publisher = "",
Pages = "",
Organization = "",
Address = "Las Vegas, Nevada, USA",
Key = "interoperability, drm, object, types",
Notes = "",
Month = "January 8-10",
Year = "2006"
}
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