The FCC has yet to issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) formally kicking off the process of writing and promulgating net neutrality regulations, but the battle over the scope of the new rules is already well underway within media and technology circles in Washington, D.C. At the Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit on the campus of Georgetown University on Monday, for example, panelists clashed over whether the agency will or should allow, or even mandate, the use of deep packet inspection (DPI) and other invasive techniques to block the illegal transfer of copyrighted content over broadband networks.
Jenny Toomey and Brian Zisk discuss watermarking, digital rights management and the danger of closed systems
Wednesday, July 19, 2000
In this interview, Brian explains some of the potential miscues that
major labels may be taking in order to preserve traditional business models,
as well as the technology community’s role in understanding the importance
of building business models that also compensate artists. read more