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DigiRight: Network of Excellence for a Framework for Policy, Privacy, Security, Trust and Risk Management for Digital Rights Management

@inproceedings{Abie2003DigiRightNO,
  title={DigiRight: Network of Excellence for a Framework for Policy, Privacy, Security, Trust and Risk Management for Digital Rights Management},
  author={Habtamu Abie and Jon Bing and Bernd Blobel and Jaime Delgado and Bent Foyn and Stamatis Karnouskos and Peter Pharow and Olli Pitk{\"a}nen},
  year={2003}
}
In today’s digital world there is an enormous and increasing amount of digital content. In the future world of ambient intelligence, digital content will be ubiquitous and people will interact with it in all areas of their lives, a situation that presents new challenges in the area of Digital Rights Management (DRM). While valuable information products need protection from theft and prying eyes, access to information and the ability to contribute to information products and to share information… 

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