Digital Rights Management Report

Digital Rights Management Report - N g, Justin Yeng Jee M...

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Ng, Justin Yeng Jee Misra, Sumit Hakeem, Abdul Hadee Econ/ICS 11 Professor Jordan January 18, 2010 Digital Rights Management Report
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The debate over digital rights management has been brewing for a very long time. There are decisions and controversies about the issue since the 1990’s. There are two sides of the story and arguing their cases about the liberties of digital rights management. By definition, digital rights management is, “a term for access control technologies that can be used by hardware manufacturers, publishers, copyright holders and individuals to limit the use of digital content and devices.” This specific term is describes any technology that prevents to use of digital content not preferred by the provider. Moreover, another definition quotes the term for access control technologies between copyright holders and their consumers concerning the limit of use within digital content and devices. With the new transition to digital television and improved technology (such as DVD quality), the new equipment allows consumers to easily record new digital content without the
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