Issues in Digital Rights Management

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ConferenceAACE Phoenix, e-Learning 2003 Proceedings, November 11, 2003., Pheonix, Arizona, USA
AbstractDigital Rights Management (DRM) is the management of rights by digital means, specifically; intellectual property rights applied to digital content and services. DRM is a complex and explosive issue involving a both law and technology and is an issue with which the e-learning community must come to grips. In conjunction with a panel session at the E-learn 2003 conference sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, this paper defines terms and states some of the problems associated with applying DRM in e-learning.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number47368
NPARC number8913323
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