International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 12, Part M (2015)
Digital right management and its application to library and information science
Digital right management systems aim to create a secure framework to control access and actions that can be performed by users both human and machine. Digital right management technologies have become very important role in an increasing networked world because of its determined control over the file. It is not only useful in combating privacy but also for protecting sensitive documents. Digital right management systems together with technological protecting measures have become a controversial topic of discussion around copyrighted works, particularly since the Sony BMG case. Thus this paper presents a clear view point of indicating the recommendations and challenges to librarians and educators of developing countries on how to address digital rights management issues in relation to provide user’s and learners with unrestricted access to information.
How to cite this article:
Karan Singh, Ipsita Panda, Rajyabardhan Gratia, Bulu Maharana, Deepak Kumar Nayak. Digital right management and its application to library and information science. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(12):878-881.