A rental Digital Rights Management framework which allows user to lend books and notes
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AbstractWith new technologies come new challenges and opportunities. The upsurge in use of tablets and readers has led to increase in eBooks usage in recent years. But there lies some key differences in eBooks and print books which are often seen as a hurdle in the growth of eBook market. Firstly an eBook provider delivers eBooks with access control technologies known as Digital Rights Management which makes it difficult for the consumers to use eBooks as print Books. Secondly eBook renting is not widely used as print book renting and lastly users cannot lend eBooks as they do in case of print books. This project analyses the digital rights management schemes and provides a suitable framework which has an interoperable rental DRM framework which allows users to lend eBooks and notes.
CitationVyas, Rohit. (2012) 'A rental Digital Rights Management framework which allows user to lend books and notes). MSc Thesis. University of Bedfordshire.
PublisherUniversity of Bedfordshire
TypeThesis or dissertation
DescriptionThesis submitted at the University of Bedfordshire in partial fulfilment for the degree of Masters of Science in Computing and Entrepreneurship
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