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Digital Ownership: From Content Consumers to Owners and Traders

Author(s): Michael Stini, Martin Mauve, Frank H.P. Fitzek.
Title: Digital Ownership: From Content Consumers to Owners and Traders
Published: IEEE MultiMedia 13 (4), pp. 1,4-6, October 2006
Keyword(s): digital ownership, digital content, content owner
Abstract: Digital content today can be found and accessed almost everywhere--however, not always by its proper owners. Digital rights management so far has been driven by prohibition and patronization. The authors of this article approach digital rights management from an ownership perspective. Being in control, the consumer can now use, share, and trade owned content and appreciate that digital content does have real-world value.
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DOI: 10.1109/MMUL.2006.79
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