ABSTRACT. CDT describes some ways in which DRM is already having a major impact on how the public accesses and interacts with digital content, and suggests specific questions that consumers and reviewers should be asking about media devices and services incorporating DRM. Chorianopoulos et al. remark that digital music consumers have to choose between illegal file swapping services and online music stores. Dhamija and Wallenberg look at DRM based systems, extensions to DRM to support fair uses, monitor-and-charge schemes, compulsory licensing schemes and alternative business models.


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