electronic rights

electronic rights

noun all media and technology rights, electronic data, electronic product rights, electronic publishing rights, interactive media rights, multimedia rights, non-linear display rights
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The company has the exclusive worldwide electronic rights to distribute courses developed by UCLA Extension, the nation's largest single-campus continuing higher education program, as well as academic partnerships with the University of San Diego and others.
Specifically with regard to electronic copyright management, Ron Dunn, president of the Information Industry Association (IIA), announced the formation of the Electronic Rights Management Group (ERM).
Bridge Works offers its authors 55% of gross download sales and asks for electronic rights for a period of only three (3) months.
The fact that best-selling authors such as Stephen King, Arthur Golden and Frank McCourt agree to electronically distribute their works on our systems is strong testimony to the confidence in our proprietary electronic rights management systems.
The workshop, "Electronic Book '99: The Next Chapter," will feature topics including handheld, paperless electronic books, Web-based electronic books, new technologies, progress on the Open Electronic Book Standards Committee, electronic rights management issues and novel applications for electronics books.
If the artist is licensing electronic rights to the artwork, the license should specify the form of final use, such as a website or a compact disc, and indicate whether the consumer or end user can print a copy of the artwork or is limited to only viewing a display of the artwork.
She had been one of the last major authors to withhold electronic rights.
Tolkien's family contends a merchandising agreement extends only to tangible products, such as figurines and clothing, and not to electronic rights.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 14, 2012-ICAP Patent Brokerage offers patent portfolio for electronic rights management and authorisation system(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
It is much easier for publishers to obtain electronic rights to and publish "born digital" files than it is to secure electronic rights to previously published material (other than items in the public domain).
Member states should protect electronic rights management information against knowing and unauthorised removal or tampering that induces or enables infringement of economic or moral rights.
It is easy to locate the smaller sections on electronic rights or fair use in the copyright section.
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