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Title: Digital Rights Management
Authors: Safavi-Naini, Reihaneh
Sheppard, Nicholas Paul
Keywords: Digital rights management, electronic information
Issue Date: 31-Aug-2011
Abstract: Digital rights management allows information owners to control the use and dissemination of electronic documents via a machine-readable licence. Documents are distributed in a protected form such that they may only be used with trusted environments, and only in accordance with terms and conditions stated in the licence. Digital rights management has found uses in protecting copyrighted audio-visual productions, private personal information, and companies’ trade secrets and intellectual property. This chapter describes a general model of digital rights management together with the technologies used to implement each component of a digital rights management system, and desribes how digital rights management can be applied to secure the distribution of electronic information in a variety of contexts.
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