Dirk Günnewig

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Based upon a found understanding, Digital Rights Management Systems (DRM) consist, particularly in the Business–to–Consumer commerce environment, of three interlocking components: technology, law and economics. Due to their integration into a social environment, several conflicts of interests arise that accompany the legal design of DRM systems. This(More)
This article presents a roadmap of emerging legal problems in the area of Digital Rights Management (DRM). It argues against adopting fundamentalist viewpoints in the DRM policy debate. In particular, DRM technology is much more flexible than many DRM critics acknowledge. The article covers various problems that are less frequently discussed in legal and(More)
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