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Digital Publishing - Digital Rights Management or Digital Restriction Management

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Jonathan J. Klinger

on 14 May 2012

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Transcript of Digital Publishing - Digital Rights Management or Digital Restriction Management

Digital Rights Management Jonathan J. Klinger, Adv. Restrictions, Prevention and making Money Unauthorized Use Music and Movie Industry Books eBook Sales, 1900-2007 2007, Kindle Self Publishing So What is DRM? Digital Rights v. Digital Restrictions Agreements Publisher's role New Business Model eLibraries TPM: Technological
Preventive Measures Anti-Consumer Control How TPM Works? Additional Revenue Streams Who Benefits from TPM? The 1984 Dillema Public Domain Big Brother International Markets TPM Doesn't Work Kindle Hacked No Copy Protection Online Sales and Revenue Streams NIN & Radiohead Equity Additional Content Internal App Stores In App Purchases Affiliates Thanks.
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