Koen Vrielink

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Digital Rights Management (DRM) enforces the rights of copyright holders and enforces their business models. This imposes restrictions on the way users handle content. These restrictions apply specifically in networked environments. Authorized Domain (AD) DRM concepts remove, or at least reduce, several of these restrictions to a large extent, while at the(More)
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is used to protect copyrighted content from unauthorized use. However, this has taken away the jurisdiction of the consumers over their purchased content as they can no longer freely access the content at any place using any device; given that the license authorizing the consumption of content is typically bound to a(More)
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