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Solution Advisors Group, Inc., the Costa Mesa, CA-based media and education company has announced the availability of two new software products for FileNet document management systems to meet the increasing demands for security and accountability.

Posted Apr 25, 2003

ProQuest Company has implemented eMeta Corporation's eRights Suite to protect and provide commerce functionality for ProQuest Archiver.

Posted Apr 18, 2003

EmpireDRM and Jibe Inc. have announced a strategic partnership in which EmpireDRM will provide a layer of managed security to Jibe's new EdgeBurst Delivery Service to offer entertainment customers protection for all types of distributed content.

Posted Mar 28, 2003

ACCESS, a provider of content delivery and access technologies for the mobile communications market announced that its Premium Content Subscription Server (PCSS) now supports digital rights management (DRM) based on the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) 1.0 specification.

Posted Mar 18, 2003

London-based Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC has implemented Copyright Clearance Center's Rightslink, a digital rights management (DRM) solution, on Euromoney's flagship Web sites euromoney.com and institutionalinvestor.com.

Posted Mar 14, 2003

On February 13th, a special exhibit chronicling the relationship and works of Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso opened at New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). A larger, more extensive exhibit including these works is also now available on the Web thanks, in part to software from SealedMedia, which offers a critical layer of security to the online collection.

Posted Mar 11, 2003

SealedMedia has announced that it has provided its document sealing solution to private equity and venture capital manager, 3i.

Posted Mar 04, 2003

SealedMedia has entered the corporate enterprise document security market with the latest release of its three core software components--the License Server, Sealer, and Unsealer.

Posted Feb 11, 2003

Data Depth Corporation, d/b/a iCopyright.com, has sold the iCopyright Instant Clearance Service to Reprint Services of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Posted Feb 11, 2003

Two major laws with implications to online copyright have been enacted within the last five years—The Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)—both of which include questionable provisions and cloudy expositions that may do more harm than good to content professionals.

Posted Feb 01, 2003

SyncCast, a content delivery network and digital media technology company, has been granted certification by Microsoft as a .NET Premium DRM Packager.

Posted Jan 24, 2003

NBC News Channel has announced a long-term agreement with London-based Teletrax to digitally watermark its news video in order to track usage of its content by local television stations and other clients.

Posted Jan 24, 2003

Authentica, Inc., a provider of content security software for protecting corporate intellectual property and confidential business information, has introduced Authentica SafeRoute, an enterprise secure messaging solution for guarding sensitive email shared within or outside corporate boundaries.

Posted Dec 17, 2002

Infocon America Corp., a provider of Web solutions for B2B publishers is now offering its new InfoRights Service to publishers as a stand-alone service, and to current publisher customers as an add-on service to its existing InfoWeb Ecommerce Service, an outsourced, turn-key web solution platform and content management service.

Posted Dec 13, 2002

ContentGuard Inc. has announced a global licensing agreement with Sony Corporation.

Posted Dec 06, 2002

Info2clear, a Pan-European intellectual property digital management company, has announced a partnership with the French company MédiasActu.

Posted Nov 26, 2002

SealedMedia has entered the corporate enterprise document security market with the latest release of its three core software components--the License Server, Sealer, and Unsealer.

Posted Nov 26, 2002

ContentGuard, Inc., a provider of Digital Rights Language (DRL) technology and Contents Works, Inc., an epublishing service in Japan, announced a strategic alliance designed to provide interoperable DRM capabilities within Contents Works' digital publishing services in Japan.

Posted Oct 22, 2002

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, "The U.S. Digital Content Protection Market," reveals that the digital rights management industry generated revenues totaling $285.6 million in 2001.

Posted Oct 11, 2002

Posted May 01, 2002

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