For HADOPI, an agency of the French Ministry of Culture and Tourism, created a summary of the market for e-book DRM technologies in France; then performed a study of a proposal for legislation that would require e-books distributed with DRM to be interoperable across distributors, DRM technologies, and e-reading systems. Made recommendations for an alternative … Continue reading Study on E-Book Interoperability for French Government Agency
For a medium-sized education publisher, implemented serialized QR codes on books to enable digital bundles and better supply chain tracking, crediting, and counterfeit detection of physical books. Project enabled tracking of samples and identifying the source of returned books. This project will also allow providing authorized access to online materials to the specific student purchasing … Continue reading QR Codes for Textbooks
For a UK-based academic and professional publisher, evaluated DRM solutions for e-books and PDF documents, and determined how they could integrate with its web publishing platform.
For the Association of American Publishers, gathered requirements from member companies for digital rights management and represented them to the MPEG Rights Expression Language (MPEG REL) standards initiative.
For a digital publishing services company, created technology architecture for digital custom publishing of educational and professional content, including DRM selection and production process design.
For the IDPF, Readium Foundation and European Digital Reading Lab (EDRLab), helped design Readium LCP, an open standard digital rights management (DRM) technology for e-books. Readium LCP is the first commercially successful DRM based on open source software, making it possible to dramatically lower the implementation cost of DRM while maintaining security that is acceptable to … Continue reading Design of Open Standard DRM for E-Books