Content Is King: Internet Society Briefing Panel at IETF 86


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In a world where everyone is a publisher, what kind of technology needs to exist to make sure content is truly king. Read the slides from the Internet Society's IETF 86 briefing panel to find out!

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Content Is King: Internet Society Briefing Panel at IETF 86

  1. 1. Content is King; How Do we Avoid Playing the Pauper? Leslie Daigle, moderator. Chief Internet Technology Officer The Internet Society
  2. 2. We are… Not at the IETF   Taking discussion up a level   Taking any identified work items to the appropriate IETF WGs “On the air”   Streaming   Recording Stopping at 12:45pm so you can all get back to the IETF…2 The Internet Society
  3. 3. Agenda outline Overview Panelists’ introduction Framing discussion Open mic3 The Internet Society
  4. 4. The PanelLeslie Daigle (Moderator)Glenn Deen (NBCUniversal)Leif JohanssonPeter Saint-Andre (Cisco)The Internet Society
  5. 5. Today’s discussion Currently, the Internet supports “publication” in the sense of “made available”   Maybe access control to a resource   Once a consumer has their digital fingers wrapped around it, it’s not an Internet issue anymore –  That’s the culture   This is not just about “big content”5 The Internet Society
  6. 6. Where’s my content at? You – the unsuspecting publisher   Maybe you want your content to go viral   Maybe you’re wondering what that picture of your cat is doing on a Polish site? How can someone tell what you wanted to have done with your digital content? (And, yes, the Internet is all about cat pictures).6 The Internet Society
  7. 7. Where do we want to go? Expressing rights   Carried with content?   Findable at some server? Authentication/integrity   Found this content on the floor... what are the rights? Respecting rights   Human decision   Enforcement?7 The Internet Society
  8. 8. Let’s not boil the ocean Even if we were sure what we wanted in those outcomes, we’re a long way away from there. For today, let’s focus on whether we can take a useful step beyond today’s situation, and leave off the table   “DRM” – connotes enforcement with large hammers   “Enforcement” – maybe we don’t want to go here at all Focus on:   Can we find useful ways to articulate content creators’ intentions wrt rights associated with the digital content8 The Internet Society
  9. 9. We have explored this ground before... Many times:   URC   GEOPRIV   Identity Management Some more successful than others... Overall, feels like we could pull together some experiences from   Applications infrastructure   Identity management   Publishing9 The Internet Society
  10. 10. Let’s put our heads together...10 The Internet Society
  11. 11. Panelists’
  12. 12. Questions we started withAre there ways that Internet application layerinfrastructure standards could be extended to capturethe content creators intentions of use of digital content,to be as open or as restricted as that creator desires?What are the building blocks from which that couldstart?The Internet Society
  13. 13. The PanelLeslie Daigle (Moderator)Glenn Deen (NBCUniversal)Leif JohanssonPeter Saint-Andre (Cisco)The Internet Society