Why DRM Cannot Protect Copyrights  ---  Workshop on Digital Rights Management 22-23 January 2001   Digitale Hanse, Hamburg
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DRM-Systems are closed systems. They suffer from the fundamental problem of leakage. Once an intellectual work leaks out, the protection is broken. Internet content is then distributed and offered without the knowledge of the owner.

To reestablish the connection between intellectual work and owner, the Internet has to be monitored.

The Digitale Hanse GmbH runs an Universal Monitoring for multimedia data. This service of high social-economic value is deployed as a trans-European effort within the European TEN Telecom Project.

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