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Thursday, 21st May 2009

By Martin Belam

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Abstract

In our digital age, copyright takes on a new urgency for publishers and corporate content consumers. Martin Belam sits down with Mark Bide, Project Director for ACAP, a protocol to allow machines to automatically understand the terms and conditions of content re-use over the Internet, to talk about how it can underpin legal use of protected data assets.

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In our digital age, copyright takes on a new urgency for publishers and corporate content consumers. Martin Belam sits down with Mark Bide, Project Director for ACAP, a protocol to allow machines to automatically understand the terms and conditions of content re-use over the Internet, to talk about how it can underpin legal use of protected data assets.

What's Inside:

There are certainly those who oppose ACAP because they are opposed to any attempt to regulate online culture. I am sure the same types of voices have been heard on every frontier as civilisation reaches out to bring things under proper control. No doubt, something is lost in the process; but society itself has a great deal to gain.

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