Tuesday, July 26, 2005

DRM Candy

On the Wireless Japan 2005 Show (Tokyo, July 13-15) Gerhard Fasol saw the latest and sweetest DRM innovation: DRM candy. As Fasol reports:
Digital rights management (DRM) concept study. Digital rights are sold in the style of wrapped sweets, and can be played or eaten. Dropping a digital-right-sweet into the receptacle plays the music or the video corresponding to this right. The sweets/DRMs can be eaten up after their value has been used up.
Maybe it makes the DRM pill that's so biter and hard to swallow for some just a bit more tasty.
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Thru Lenz Blog


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