20080729 tomoaki broadcasting_drm_and_creative_commons_licenses


Published on

Presented at: Creative Commons International Legal Day, Sapporo, Japan
July 29, 2008

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

20080729 tomoaki broadcasting_drm_and_creative_commons_licenses

  1. 1. Broadcasting DRM and the anti-DRM clause inCreative Commons Licenses Tomoaki Watanabe Creative Commons Japan; Global Center for Communications (GLOCOM), International University of Japan Creative Commons International Legal Day, Sapporo, Japan July 29, 2008
  2. 2. Problem: Two Domains Divided Digital TV programs are DRMd CCd works cannot be used with a DRM (anti-DRM clause) No CCd video, music, photo, etc. could be used for digital TV programs. Can we introduce the "parallel distribution clause?"
  3. 3. Anti-DRM clause"You may not impose any effective technological measures onthe Work that restrict the ability of a recipient of the Work fromYou to exercise the rights granted to that recipient under theterms of the License." (4.a. CC BY 3.0 US)
  4. 4. Japanese Situation (DRM)Digital TV broadcasting currently is under a DRM.Disputes among Copy Once vs Dubbing 10 standards.Digital radio broadcasting is following the TV counterpart.Digital transition to be completed by 2011.Technologically possible to mark a work as unprotected.Operationally nearly impossible to mark a segment asunprotected.Unthinkable to get permission from all the other involvedparties to mark the entire program/ episode as unprotected.
  5. 5. Japanese Situation (video sharing, etc.)CC friendly 5-site wide video competition was held for iSummit One site came up with a share-alike license of its ownActive & Innovative "Hatsune Miku" "vocaloid" gained popularity via Nico video 18% views, 1.8% posts *1Net - TV convergence under way Video site /competitions tied to TV program IPTV has been in the market - some connect to TV receiver Online video delivers some TVs and movies Digital TV stations broadcasts to mobile phone handsets
  6. 6. Japanese Situation (infrastructure)Breeding ground for video Extensive optic fiber network to households (FTTH, 11mil+HH) *2 Price of bandwidth is the cheapest in the world *3Advanced mobile handsets popular 65% of handset shipped capable of receiving digital TV *4 (but the handset market is saturated, may be at a turningpoint)
  7. 7. Basic Options- Stay. DRM is something we have to fight even in thatJapanese situation. No change necessary.- Pilot Testing - Try a pararell distribution clause only for CCJPlicenses, and we will learn from it.- Discuss - We now have a specific case. It is worthconsidering the issue again for the whole of CreativeCommons.- Change. It is time to introduce a pararell distribution clause.
  8. 8. Bibliography*1 財団法人インターネット協会 (2008)  インターネット白書  2008  インプレス R&D.*2 総務省 (2008) ブロードバンドサービスの契約数等(平成 19 年 12 月末) http://www.soumu.go.jp/s-news/2008/080318_4.html*3 OECD (2007) OECD Broadband statistics. 4f. Average broadband monthly price peradvertised Mbit/s, USD PPP, October 2007.http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/22/45/39575011.xls*4 ITmedia (2008)携帯出荷は 4 カ月連続で前年同月比マイナス―― JEITA 5 月出荷台数 2008http://plusd.itmedia.co.jp/mobile/articles/0807/09/news055.html
  9. 9. LicenseIn order to provide slide set (and individual slides) under two licenses that users can choose from, here are license notices:- This work is licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported- This work is licensed under CC-BY 3.0 UnportedJust to clarify, there is no copyright notice, no URI associated with the work. The original author is Tomoaki Watanabe, and the title of the work is “Broadcasting DRM and the anti-DRM clause in Creative Commons Licenses”