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Digital Rights Management Practices

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Abstract

Computers, internet and digital communication technologies have surrounded our daily life globally. The development of digital technologies, especially networks, facilitates knowledge spreading. The communication of information has broken through the national boundary, which seems a limitation in physical circumstance. On the contrary, excessively restriction may result in the public’s privacy or other issues. Digital technologies improved people’s life greatly, which initiates an innovated business model for copyright protection. iTunes Music Store model has been deemed as one of the classic case on digital rights management in digital copyright times.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Cong Xu
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  1. 1.Law SchoolShanghai UniversityShanghaiChina

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