Implementing Copyright Limitations in Rights Expression Languages

@inproceedings{Mulligan2002ImplementingCL,
  title={Implementing Copyright Limitations in Rights Expression Languages},
  author={Deirdre K. Mulligan and Aaron J. Burstein},
  booktitle={Digital Rights Management Workshop},
  year={2002}
}
Rights expression languages (RELs) seek to provide the vocabulary and grammar necessary to express fine-grained, ex ante rules controlling the use of digital works. Drafters of RELs claim to search for a generic, content-neutral language to support expressions of rights in digital objects in a broad range of contexts. Generally modeled on access control languages, RELs are structured predominantly as permission languages meaning that no rights exist in an object until they are affirmatively and… CONTINUE READING

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