[ubuntu-uk] more things worth signing
DaveWalker at Skydivers.co.uk
Thu Mar 1 00:16:35 GMT 2007
On Fri, 2007-02-23 at 17:52 +0000, Caroline Ford wrote:
> > Unfortunately it's not all up to the BBC - according to their
> > literature, their 'content partners' are insisting on some form of DRM.
> Partly because the BBC only pays for UK rights, not for the entire world.
Then the 'DRM' they need is only allow UK IP's to view the content; much
like they already have for some news features.
I know this can be easily worked around with a proxy server; but it's no
easier than than the DRM they are planning.
I suspect another major issue is the 'self[ish]-destruct after a fixed
time period. The BBC can avoid this with an agreement, the users
promises to be bound with - to delete the content after x days.
Dave Walker <DaveWalker at skydivers.co.uk>
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