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To get an idea of the state of flux and lack of agreed standards presently applying to digital rights management, this section will scratch the tip of the iceberg and catalog some of the more relevant proposals under development. To explain each proposal would fill another book (Digital Rights Management Demystified ). Until the dust settles on these competing standards, adoption of streaming media by a mainstream audience will be problematic. Standardization may take up to five and per-
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haps even as long as ten years, judging by previous standards efforts applying to streaming media. The Internet Digital Rights Management organization (www.idrm.org) has a proposal, under the umbrella of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), to standardize digital rights management on the Internet. Its work is at an early stage and the group is currently surveying and cataloguing the problems involved in digital rights management on the Internet. The IDRM solution explicitly will not prevent illegal use of information through technical protection measures. It will, however, seek to use work done by the MPEG, adapting other useful technologies to its needs. The Secure Digital Music Initiative (www.sdmi.org) is a forum that brings together more than 180 companies and organizations representing information technology, consumer electronics, security technology, and the worldwide recording industry and Internet service providers. SDMI s charter is to develop open technology specifications that protect the playing, storing, and distributing of digital music so that a new market for digital music may emerge. The open technology specifications released by SDMI will ultimately provide consumers with convenient access to music online and, in emerging digital distribution systems, enable copyright protection for artists works and promote the development of new music-related business and technologies. DMAT (Digital Music Access Technology) is the trademark for products that are compliant with SDMI specifications. SDMI Portable Device Specification Version 1.0 has already been published. This organization had completed consideration of its phase two screening proposals in May 2001, but has not met since then (as of December 2001). The Extensible rights Markup Language (XrML) has been proposed as a possible technology for digital rights management. It originates from work done by Xerox PARC (then called DPRL) in 1994 and provides specifications of rights and associated conditions and obligations for distributing digital content. It is based on XML (Extensible Markup Language), and version 2.0 of XrML was released in late November 2001. Unlike some of the proprietary rights management solutions already available, it supports gifting, library loan, site licensing, rental, personal lending, and payment to multiple rights holders, among a host of other business models. Some typical rights management terms are shown in Figure 2.28. XrML has been proposed to the MPEG as a possible technology to satisfy the requirements of the MPEG-21 standard. XrML is currently the only rights language being used in working DRM (Digital Rights Management) solutions, including DRM solutions from Microsoft.
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The digital object identifier initiative (www.doi.org) has been around since 1995. It was set up to provide a digital equivalent to the ISBN book cataloguing system for digital media assets. The motivation for the technology can be summarized in a quote from The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Succeeds in the West and Fails Everywhere Else by Hernando de Soto (2000): Imagine a country where nobody can verify who owns what, addresses cannot be easily verified, people cannot be made to pay their debts, resources cannot conveniently be turned into money, ownership cannot be divided into shares, descriptions of assets are not standardized and cannot be easily compared, and the rules that govern property vary from neighborhood to neighborhood or even street to street. You have just put yourself into the life of a developing country or former communist nation. Indeed, this quote accurately describes the current Internet as an environment for digital media commerce. To quote further: One of the most important things a formal property system does is transform
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