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Comments on DRM as an Enabler of Business Models: (all items)
Document uploaded 03-06-2003 05:36 AM ET (US)

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09-02-2003
08:40 AM ET (US)
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:57 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 183
This is another key mistake. The abilty to juxtapose and remix works is greatly enhanced by digital technology, and any useful plan needs to consider this.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:52 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 172
This quaint notion that computers cannont transfer files without ISPs is very odd.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:48 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 168
But the customers get nothing in return. In the mediAgora plan, they get the right to sell on and receive promotion fees.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:46 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 161
This is not a real problem, as you can build a hierarchical database of copyright contributions for derivative works. However, if you are planning the kinds of huge distribution (or rather, cash collection) markups mentioned here, the model becomes less tenable.

The real problem though is forgery - people replacing the watermarks on one work with that for another.
Edited 03-06-2003 07:19 AM
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:38 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 108
And unfingerprinted files? What happens to them? You are ignoring the end-to-end model on which the internet is based. A model such as described here is possible, but it would require the replacement of the entire existing Internet structure with a new network with protocols designed around packet-level snooping , with default rejection of anything not understood.
Edited 03-06-2003 07:20 AM
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
06:33 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 103
This is where the whole edifice crumbles. Once the file has moved off the server onto the customer's computer, it can readily be encrypted or obfuscated and passed to someone else. There's nothing magic about a server, it's just a computer with a net connection running code.
Edited 03-06-2003 07:21 AM
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
05:44 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 38
The author uses DRM very loosely, to the point of meaninglessness. If any digital work is deemed to involve DRM then the term loses all utility.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
05:39 AM ET (US)
Regarding item 31
This is just not true. Go and read http://mediagora.com for a DRM-free business model.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
05:37 AM ET (US)
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This is a mirror of the original proposal which is online at https://www.law.berkeley.edu/institutes/bc...l-drm-btlj2003.html
Do please comment on it.
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Kevin MarksPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2003
05:36 AM ET (US)
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This discussion space is for comments on the document "DRM as an Enabler of Business Models:".

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