Controlling Access to Content

Controlling Access to Content

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Control of access to content has become a vital aspect of many business models for modern broadcasting and online services. Using the example of digital broadcasting, the author reveals the resulting challenges for competition and public information policy and how they are addressed in European law governing competition, broadcasting, and telecommunications. Controlling Access to Content explores the relationship between electronic access control, freedom of expression and functioning competition. It scrutinizes the interplay between law and technique, and the ways in which broadcasting, telecommunications, and general competition law are inevitably interconnected.Moreover, a number of independent set top box manufacturers such as Philips, Motorola, Nokia and Pace are ... which transmission medium (cable, satellite, broadband) is used to deliver the signal carrying the content or control word; the ... Examples are factors such as the resolution of PC and TV screens, the navigation device (keyboard/remote control), font size, memory and transmission capacities.

Title:Controlling Access to Content
Author: Natali Helberger
Publisher:Kluwer Law International - 2005-01-01

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