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2 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Digital Rights Management in Mobile Media W3C Workshop 22-23 January, 2001 Julian Durand Julian.Durand@Nokia.com Technical Manager, DRM Nokia Ventures Organization
3 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Mobile Information Society Contents Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA) Nokia - overview
4 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Mobile Information Society Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA) Nokia - overview
5 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com New mobile device categories enable new ways of consuming media Almost 20 years ago Nokia launched the Talkman, a wireless telephone roughly the size and weight of a car battery. Today, wireless phones are giving way to multi- function devices connected to the mobile Internet. The recently launched Nokia 9210 Communicator combines support for multiple content formats (html, wml, gif, jpeg…), high data speeds up to 43.2 kbit/sec, and supports http, WAP and Java. The next generation of wireless devices shall offer further media consumption capabilities adding web tablets and media phones to the consumer market.
6 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Evolution of Devices at Nokia Nokia Cityman Nokia Talkman Mediaphone Fashion 7100 2110 121 6100 8800 8110 9000 3110 2010 101 3210 5100 1610 8850 8210 Basic Classic 9110 Premium Communicator 6150
7 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com The Nokia 9210 Communicator is a compelling platform for media distribution All-in-one integrated multimedia device brilliant color display, ergonomic design full industry standard interconnectivity high data speeds (43.2 kbit/s) Wide range of content formats (HTML, WML, JPEG, GIF…) Strong and consistent Nokia support for open platforms and interfaces 35 000 Symbian, 250 000 WAP and 2.5 Million Java developers can now build applications for the Nokia 9210 Communicator
8 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com MITA provides technical foundation for Mobile Information Society Mobile Information Society Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA) Nokia - overview
9 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Personal Trusted Device My voice calls My messages and e-mail My pictures and images My music and video My news and service My location information My calendar and tasks My contacts and data My financials and purchases My transactions
10 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com 'You say Mark McGuire's hit more home runs this year. I say it's Sammy Sosa. Solly, hit the net' Coffee break, New York, USA The Net - the repository for what we know and what we need to know.
11 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Non-voice communications becomes just as important as voice communications. "A millenium falcon! The guys have got to see this right now!" Bird watching, Ivalo, Lapland, FINLAND
12 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Mobile Information Society Any Time Any Location Any Network Any Device Any Service Any Application Anybody Anywhere
13 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Mobile Information Society Wide Area Coverage Local Area Coverage Mobile Internet Technical Architecture Wireless, secure, high speed access Messaging internet always on Shared databases & applications Mobile telephony Seamless services IP Fast Internet & Intranet Mobile multimedia Mobile Internet Technical Architecture
14 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com MITA enables Mobile Information Society Mobile Information Society Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA) Nokia - overview
15 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Mobile Information Society brings Internet and wireless together... The Internet and wireless are major drivers in converging digital industries The net is the virtual information megastore We expect instant access to information Much of our work and personal lives are spent on the move The adoption of portable, wireless devices is steadily increasing
16 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Future of Media Distribution is driven by consumer and industry needs Media purchases become smaller and more frequent Our time becomes more fragmented - small segments of entertainment/info are purchased and consumed on the move Media is distributed wirelessly to always- on devices Wireless distribution enables instant delivery and more ergonomic user experiences Copyrights have to be protected Stephen King : "Respect my copyright […] it's all I've got"
17 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com A day in eBook-lover's life in Mobile Information Society...
18 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com How was intellectual property protected in the past? Social & Business Requirements Legal Tools Legal Instruments Patents Copyright Trademarks Privacy Fair Use Accessibility Detection Enforcement Litigation | Prosecution
19 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Digital Rights Management (DRM) System Social & Business Requirements How can we protect media today? Publishing Rights Policies Legal Instruments Legal Tools Legal Instruments Social & Business Reqs Security Principles & Tech
20 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Do we protect it all in the same way? DRM Systems must play different roles depending on the time value of information
21 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com What is the best way to protect media? Black Market Cheap & Available - Napster - Gnutella - Freenet - Aimster Legal Market - consumer value - consumer protection - artist compensation Watermarking & fingerprinting Digital Rights Management
22 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com What factors are we considering for DRM? Interoperability in DRM systems Efficient and scalable (screen, battery, processor) multiple delivery channels (broadcast, streaming, superdistribution) Support for a wide variety of devices Ease of use Cost effectiveness Privacy protection
23 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com More DRM needs… Support for relative existing and emerging standards. flexible expression of rights (time metered, pay per view, editing) peer to peer commerce such as superdistribution international context including: multiple currencies; time-zones; regional privacy, disclosure and information limitation requirements
24 © NOKIA 2001 W3C DRM Workshop, 22-23 January, 2001 | Julian.Durand@nokia.com Why the W3C? We want to help the market for protected bits to grow successfully Interoperability: First step is the adoption of an open and standard rights expression language W3C seems logical because it is global and content agnostic
25 © NOKIA. Julian.Durand@Nokia.Co m Nokia Ventures Organization www.nokia.com Questions?
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