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Seminar1.2

  1. 1. 21st Century Rights Management Dr Alicia Wise Publishers Licensing Society
  2. 2. • We’ on a sort of grail re quest to… – Make content available nobly – Defend the innocent from piracy• 21st century rights management• Why rights still matter• Some practical ideas to get started on the quest
  3. 3. 21st c. rights management “ The answer to the machine is in the machine” Charles Clark3
  4. 4. Why rights still matter “...for the encouragement of learning, by vesting the copies of printed books in the authors or purchasers of such copies… ” The Statute of Anne “ promote the progress of science and useful To arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries”4 Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution
  5. 5. Practical ideas, 1 • Embrace XML – for production, formats, product information and rights metadata – StartwithXML Forum in London 2/9/09 – Survey at http://www.surveymon key.com/s.aspx?sm=w AUoAZuCDuPqYOxL Hf4yZw_3d_3d
  6. 6. Practical ideas, 2 • Don’stint on security t – Investigate watermarks such as date/time stamps – DRM can be very useful, but be aware that it will currently cause problems for people with print disabilities – Think about ‘social DRM’ – Look for online infringements, and take action • A detection pilot is underway • The Copyright Infringement Portal is fantastically useful
  7. 7. www.copyrightinfringementportal.com
  8. 8. Practical ideas, 3•Have clear, easy, satisfying agreements –Be green! Recycle! –Communicate these in a legal form, a machine-readable form, and a form meaningful to human beings –Available for purchase, if needed, where the content is found
  9. 9. 21st c. approaches1. Standards for permissions communication – ACAP, Creative Commons, PLUS, ONIX-PL2. Services – Attributor, Clip&Copy, eClips, iCopyright, Grant Permission Online, OZMO, RightsConnect, RightsLink3. Registries – ARROW, the Book Rights Registry
  10. 10. Sales Customers Content Platforms Intermediaries consumer Open web content iCopyright Rightslink Rightsholder Protected web content library eClips iCopyright Aggregated protected content businessACAP and ONIX, Content + Rightsthe lingua franca Money + Usage Reportsof rights
  11. 11. – Use ONIX standards for ONIX Example 1 communicating product and rights information in ONIX Example 2 machine readable form– http://www.editeur.org/onix _licensing.html– If procuring any sort of publishing system, ask that it is ONIX-PL compliant
  12. 12. Chasing the grail game plan…•Embrace XML•Don’ stint on security t•Have clear, easy to enter, satisfying agreements (for lawyers, machines, and humans)•Dabble with a few of the innovative services out there, and interact with these services via ONIX wherever possible
  13. 13. a.wise@pls.org.uk THANKS!

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