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Rights protection for digital contents redistribution over the Internet

Authors Cheung, Shing Chi View this author's profile
Curreem, Hanif
Issue Date 2002
Source Proceedings - International Computer Software & Applications Conference , 2002, p. 105-110
Summary Although Customer-to-Customer (C2C) business model has been around for years, second-hand markets of digital contents oiler the Internet are still unpopular. A key factor to the success of second-hand markets lies in the support of rights management of digital contents redistribution oiler the Internet. Although various watermarking protocols have been proposed to achieve digital rights protection over the Internet, they do not generally provide protection oiler a second-hand market. In this paper, we propose a buyer-reseller watermarking protocol that protects the interests of buyers, resellers and the original sellers. The protocol is adapted from a previous work proposed by Memon and Wong [6], which defends the interests Of buyers against sellers' unethical distribution of watermarked contents. Our protocol makes use of watermark certificates to distribute the information of buyers' identities. An implementation outline of the proposed protocol is given.
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ISSN 0730-3157
ISBN 0-7695-1727-7
Language English
Format Conference paper
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