Friday, February 18, 2005

Information Law & Policy in the Digital Age

Session 3, March 9, 2005: Digital Rights Management (DRM)

With the increase in digital information comes the increase in measures to protect it. Some of the protections, however, may take away your rights under existing law. During this session, we will discuss the importance of digital rights management (DRM), including:

- What is Digital Rights Management and how does it relate to copyright law, including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act?

- The technology of DRM: Selected tools for authentication, authority, access, and accountability

- What are the costs associated with rights management?

12:00 PM Bring your Brown Bag Lunch
12:00-2:00 PM Presentation and Discussion

AeA David Packard Conference Center
601 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
North Bldg - Suite 600
Washington, DC

METRO: Archives/Navy Memorial Metro Station.

COST: Free. Seating is limited.

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