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Copyright education, 16-17, 136, 216-217, 304-310

audience for, 306-308

cautions regarding, 309-310

content of, 305-306

funding for, 306, 308-309

need for, 304-305

Copyright registration, 96

Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998, 99, 127

Counterfeit, defined, 26

Creators of intellectual property, 5, 61-62, 65, 73-75, 272. See also Rights holders

challenges faced by, 12, 64, 122

compensating, 61-65, 273-277

defined, 26

and the digital environment, 5, 232-233

rights of, 56-57, 146-148, 236

Cryptographic envelopes, 301-302

Cryptography. See Encryption technologies

CSS. See Content scrambling system

Cultural heritage, archiving and preservation of, 69, 114-115

Cybergold, 195-197

Cyber law, research on, 227-230

Cyberspace, new world of, 49-51

D

DAT. See Digital audiotape player

Data, call for improved, 225-233

Data Encryption Standard, 284-286

Databases, noncopyrightable, 109-111

Decompilation, 135

Decryption. See also Encryption technologies

on the fly, 162

just-in-time, 161-162

on-site, 161-162

Derivative work rights, 229

Derivative works, 33, 137

boundaries of, 66

Digital audiotape (DAT) player, 43-44

Digital copying. See Copying

Digital distribution, avoiding altogether, 221

Digital divide, 74

Digital information, 3-4. See also Information infrastructure; Intellectual property protection; Private use copying of digital information

becoming more a service than a product, 8

capturing and compressing, 29-30

explosive growth in, 23, 28

flexibility of, 37

importance of, 28-38

Digital infrastructure. See Information infrastructure

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998, 14, 105, 221-223, 318-328

and circumvention of technological protection measures, 311-329

and developing technical protection mechanisms, 174-175

and testing technical protection services, 171-173

fair use provisions of, 137-139, 174

permitting digitization, 118

problems with language of, 318-321

Section 103 of, 322-329

Digital networks. See Networks

Digital signatures, 289-291, 294

potential of, 291

Digital Signature Standard (DSS), 294-295

Digital time stamping, 165, 299-300

Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) standard, 162-163

Digital video disks (DVDs), 15, 169, 172, 220-221

Digital watermarking, 84, 155, 166-167, 295-299

Disintermediation, 40, 90

Distant access, 35, 37-38

Distribution. See also Mass-market distribution;

Superdistribution

of information, 38-43, 272-273

Distributors, 39, 65-68

challenges faced by, 67

private, 205

Divx, 168

DMCA. See Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998

Dongles, 171

Download times, 81

DSS. See Digital Signature Standard

DTCP. See Digital Transmission Content Protection standard

DVDs. See Digital video disks



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