Thursday, September 01, 2005

Sun's Open-Source DReaM

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Sun's Open-Source DReaM
Published September 1, 2005
Sun Microsystems announces an ambitous alternative to both proprietary DRM technologies and closed consortia.

PlayLouder Gets License from SonyBMG
Published August 23, 2005
A UK firm offers broadband internet service and unlimited shareable downloads, now with major-label content.

Microsoft Previews DRM Directions for Windows Vista
Published August 23, 2005
Output Content Protection mechanisms promises to significantly beef up content security on the PC. But will content providers use it, and will users rebel?

Book Publishers' War with Google Heats Up
Published August 18, 2005
Google offers publishers greater discoverability of their text content; publishers accuse it of copyright infringement.

McGraw-Hill Chooses Zinio for EBooks
Published August 18, 2005
A player in the moribund e-periodicals market finds new life in e-textbooks.

Blu-ray Group Announces Content Protection Strategy
Published August 11, 2005
One of the two rival factions for next-generation DVDs takes a three-pronged approach to security.

Wurld Media Launches Peer Impact Music Service
Published August 11, 2005
The first "legitimate P2P" service with major label content relies on viral marketing techniques.

Major Publishers Pilot EBooks on College Campuses
Published August 10, 2005
Leading educational publishers try a cautious approach in offering electronic alternatives to expensive textbooks.

Two New Developments Point to Loss of OMA DRM Momentum
Published August 4, 2005
A PC software application and a mobile phone content bundling deal indicate Microsoft's progress in the mobile market. Will OMA DRM suffer?

Enterprise DRM -- Technology Comparison: Authentica Active Rights Management and Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services
Published July 13, 2005
A new white paper that describes two important DRM technology platforms used for enterprise applications such as regulatory compliance and security of sensitive corporate information. (HTML version now available.)

Macrovision to Acquire TryMedia
Published July 27, 2005
Macrovision expands its presence in the gaming DRM market.

SignetX Provides Outsourced DRM for Financial Analysis Software Vendor
Published July 27, 2005
The implmentation for DecisionPoint Software shows a market for ASP-delivered DRM services... after all.

Two New Books on the Copyright Wars
Published July 20, 2005
Reviews of J.D. Lasica's 'Darknet' and Pat Choate's 'Hot Property.'

iMesh gets Sony BMG Music License
Published July 13, 2005
Another P2P file sharing service uses acoustic fingerprinting to go legit.

DRM for Sony PSP Hacked
Published July 7, 2005
Another DRM-related embarrassment for Sony.

ODRL Initiative Publishes Creative Commons Spec
Published July 7, 2005
A step towards rapprochement in the copyright wars?

Valeo IP to Shut Down
Published July 7, 2005
An online content licensing service for publishers runs out of steam.

Supreme Court Decides Grokster Case for Media Industry
Published June 28, 2005
A stunning, unanimous reversal, and a new standard of liability for marketing technology as an infringement tool.

DRM Strategies Conference Finalizes Program
Published June 28, 2005
An outstanding lineup of speakers and panelists, July 27-28 in New York City.

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