Content Supplier’s Perspective: Home Networks And Rights Management (2004)

By Robert M. Zitter, Craig D. Cuttner Home Box Office

Copyright Protection, Digital Rights Management, Home Networks and other buzzwords are all swirling around in a frenzy that has seemingly pitted content providers against operators and all seem to make consumers appear to be felons.

This paper defines the scope of the issue and discusses the pro- and con-attributes of a Home Network.

Beginning in the first-steps of initial implementation of “simple” Copy Control Information (CCI) and how that may evolve into sophisticated Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems.

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