Commentary on P2P, Digital Rights and Copyright Infringement

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 21, 2005

From the Cato Institute, Peer-to-Peer Networking and Digital Rights Management: How Market Tools Can Solve Copyright Problems, February 17, 2005:

  • “This study argues that the basic functions of DRM and P2P can be quite complementary and that innovative market mechanisms that can help alleviate many copyright concerns are currently blossoming. Government should protect the copyrights of content owners but simultaneously allow the free market to determine potential synergies, responses, and outcomes that tap different P2P and DRM business models.”
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