The open architecture design of the World
Wide Web allows for an almost unlimited exchange of digital content. Digital content can
be easily reproduced and transferred without compromising the original integrity of the
work -- ideal for the information consumer, but what about the publishers of the
content? This open architecture presents new opportunities to pirate copyrighted material,
which makes publishers less likely to make their premium quality content available. Enter
MediaCenter is MediaDNA patented software technology that effectively protects,
manages, and controls the distribution and usage of digital content. It is also the
software application that allows the KnowledgeStor to keep track of your purchased
articles and provide you with detailed information regarding your account. MediaCenter
technology gives publishers confidence that their content will not be misused, and it
gives you access to content that might otherwise be unavailable.
How does MediaCenter protect digital
To understand how MediaCenter protects content, we must take a moment to discuss
publishers and contracts. Publishers impose specific rules regarding the use of
their content. For example, whereas one publisher lets you view a document, another
publisher may let you copy and print a document. This set of rules is referred to as a contract.
The contract may constitute an infinite number of rules that determine, among other
things, how, by whom, and under what conditions the content can be used. As you can
imagine, the contract can become very complex. MediaCenter interprets the contract and
ensures that each rule is enforced when access to the content is requested.
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If you have questions regarding MediaCenter technology, please contact us at [email protected].
||When MediaCenter is running, a new icon will be displayed in the lower
right corner of your Windows taskbar. Click the MediaCenter icon to display the following