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Streaming media access could, in principle, be funded through taxation, either progressively or regressively. Progressive taxes would levy a charge based on income, whereas regressive taxes would resemble the UK s television license model, where consumers are compelled, by law, to pay what is, in effect, a subscription to media access. Perhaps the BBC will continue in this way, gradually migrating to the provision of streaming media (this is already happening the BBC site streams many stories in Real Media format). The long-term viability of this funding model for streaming media looks doubtful to me.
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When rights management becomes commonplace, there will be a role for rights policemen, who monitor and detect rights abuses. They will also potentially be the royalty collection agencies. Because the explosion of choice in streaming media will lead to many more opportunities for rights abuse, companies that make money from protecting rights on behalf of content owners will make money. In fact, even in today s broadcast networks, where the number of available channels limits choice, copyright abuse is already fairly commonplace, according to industry insiders. Networks flagrantly copy and rebroadcast news and sports reports, with no acknowledgment. The broadcast industry does not even have a handle on the scale of the problem, since there are few ways to watch everyone else s program output to spot infringements of rights. With streaming media technology, agencies will be able to automate the monitoring of rights abuses and ensure compliance with the terms of the media licenses granted.
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