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An international forum aimed at standardizing digital media and copy protection technologies is set to achieve a major milestone in its drive toward creating interoperable Digital Rights Management. This month, the International Digital Media Project (DMP)—which brings together more than 25 member companies across the digital content and device industries including Panasonic, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Telecom Italia, and the BBC—is expected to release the industry’s first DRM technology specifications for Portable Audio and Video devices (PAVs).

Posted Apr 20, 2005

Liquid Machines, Inc., a provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, has announced a new Solutions Provider program that is designed to enable Value Added Resellers (VARs), Independent Software Vendors (ISV), and System Integrators to leverage Liquid Machines ERM solutions.

Posted Apr 15, 2005

IBM has unveiled a solution specifically designed to provide businesses with support for information requirements of the Basel II Accord. The new offering, The IBM Risk and Compliance - Basel II Information Management Offering, is integrated with Fair Isaac’s TRIAD adaptive control system, allowing businesses to make strategic decisions regarding customer and account management, scoring, collections, credit line management, and marketing communications.

Posted Apr 12, 2005

Panels at the second annual New York McGraw–Hill Media Summit, held February 9 and 10, 2005, tackled topics ranging from mobile content to maintaining a loyal customer base to VC funding for entertainment and technology. One of the more lively panels faced the issue of DRM head-on, covering the changes in DRM over the past year, the state of DRM today, and an informed peek at the future of DRM.

Posted Apr 11, 2005

Purveyors of digital content continue to seek the best ways to market and sell their materials while ensuring that only authorized parties access content. The trick is to find an end-to-end solution that lets customers use content in the ways they feel they should be allowed and at the same time, protect the rights of content providers.

Posted Apr 11, 2005

Data Depth Corporation, a/k/a: iCopyright.net, has announced that its free toolbar for the browser has been upgraded to include a host of new content services. In addition to facilitating enterprise site licenses, single-use licenses, and permissions requests, the toolbar now adds additional content services. Toolbar

Posted Apr 08, 2005

The Board of the GSM Association (GSMA), a global trade association for the GSM operator community, has called for an immediate review of the current licensing program proposed by MPEG LA and the companies involved in this patent pool, for use of the Open Mobile Alliance’s (OMA) Digital Rights Management (DRM) 1.0 standard.

Posted Apr 05, 2005

FaceTime has announced the immediate availability of FaceTime Enterprise Edition for Microsoft Office Live Communications Server and support for Microsoft Corp.'s Public IM Connectivity (PIC) with Live Communications Server 2005.

Posted Mar 15, 2005

Macrovision Corporation, a supplier of content and software value management solutions, has launched a licensing program for its VeriBIT patent family covering solutions embedded onto current and next-generation optical discs used to deliver software and multimedia content to PCs, media centers, game consoles, and network-connected digital appliances.

Posted Mar 11, 2005

Authentica, Inc., a provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, has extended its Active Rights Management (ARM) platform with support for the newly released Adobe Acrobat 7.0 for Windows. Additionally, Authentica will support Acrobat 5.0 for Sun Solaris and digital certificate authentication with Sun Solaris workstations.

Posted Mar 08, 2005

T-Systems, a European provider of information and communications technology (ICT), and British DRM technology provider AegisDRM have announced a joint project to integrate AegisDRM's DRM technologies with existing T-Systems solutions.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

DigitalContainers Inc. and ePage International have teamed to provide a secure electronic publishing solution called SWIFT Reader that is intended to enable publishers to generate incremental revenue from archived material. The publishing solution is designed to duplicate the experience of reading print material online and also protect digital content regardless of the source.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

SignetX, Inc. has entered into a business and technology partnership with SealedMedia, a developer of document-level security solutions. The SignetX software-as-a-service business model is intended to allow individuals, departments, and enterprises to provide persistent protection to sensitive documents and intellectual property in the form of electronic files.

Posted Feb 25, 2005

PixAlert, a software supplier that aims to protect firms' PCs from inappropriate and illegal images originating from any source, has announced the North American introduction of its flagship product, PixAlert Enterprise. The PixAlert Enterprise software suite delivers a multi-source image detection and analysis solution that is designed to provide comprehensive protection against inappropriate and illegal images originating from network entry points and PC add-ons.

Posted Feb 22, 2005

Liquid Machines, Inc., a provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, has announced the Beta release of Liquid Machines Document Control 5.0 for Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) for Windows Server 2003.

Posted Feb 18, 2005

Authentica, Inc., a provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, has introduced its next-generation active rights management (ARM) platform, an integrated ERM solution that is designed to combine document and email protection in a single platform. Authentica's ARM is intended to deliver a range of integration support, extending its benefits to enterprise compliance/archiving, content management, and mobile email applications.

Posted Feb 18, 2005

eMeta Corporation, a provider of digital access control and commerce solutions, has announced the availability of its eRights Suite for the software industry. The eMeta eRights Suite is intended to provide off-the-shelf applications for licensing, commerce, billing, and reporting that enable software vendors and service providers to reach beyond traditional licensing to increase sales and subscriptions, minimize customer price resistance, expand markets, and increase recurring revenue.

Posted Feb 08, 2005

Liquid Machines, Inc., a provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, has moved its corporate headquarters to Waltham, Massachusetts to accommodate growth driven by increasing customer demand, partner interest, and product line expansion.

Posted Feb 01, 2005

Cadmus Communications Corporation has announced that Infotrieve has selected RapidRights, a digital rights management (DRM) solution, to enhance its electronic reprint offering for scholarly and professional publishers. Cadmus has also announced that the American Society for Investigative Pathology has chosen Cadmus ArticleWorks for online distribution.

Posted Jan 28, 2005

Copyright Clearance Center, a provider of copyright licensing and compliance solutions, has announced a number of new clients.

Posted Jan 21, 2005

eMeta Corporation, a provider of digital information access and commerce solutions, has announced that Editorial Projects in Education, Inc. (EPE), the independent publisher of Education Week and Teacher Magazine, has implemented eMeta's eRightsWEB to provide registration and customer self-care on www.edweek.org.

Posted Jan 21, 2005

Cadmus Communications Corporation has announced the release of a Macintosh client for its RapidRights digital rights management (DRM) software.

Posted Jan 21, 2005

Copyright Clearance Center, a provider of copyright licensing and compliance solutions, and Innovative Interfaces, provider of Millennium, a Java-based integrated library management system, have announced an integration partnership that is intended to make copyright compliance for electronic reserves faster and easier.

Posted Jan 14, 2005

Members of the electronic communications, compliance, and law communities have joined together to form The Electronic Communications Compliance Council (TE3C), a group dedicated to providing best practices and resources to companies grappling with email and instant messaging (IM) policies and compliance.

Posted Jan 14, 2005

State libraries for the blind in Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, New Hampshire, and Oregon, along with the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), part of the Library of Congress, have partnered to launch a digital audiobook service for visually impaired users.

Posted Jan 07, 2005

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