LinuxPR: openCOLA Takes Peer-To-Peer Issues Global at DDMI
Nov 28, 2000, 18:09 (0 Talkback[s])
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"openCOLA, a leading North American open source, peer-to-peer
technology company , working to redefine the way people and
businesses discover digital information and resources, announced
today that it will be co-sponsoring and participating in the DDMI
Asia conference in Hong Kong. The Toronto-based company will
provide an overview of the technical landscape that is shaping
digital distribution and the music industry, with emphasis on
rights management and audience acquisition."
"openCOLA sees a great future for the music industry innovators
who embrace the peer-to-peer movement," said Cory Doctorow, Chief
Evangelist and a founder of openCOLA. "Leveraging the consumer
popularity and technological capabilities of P2P computing, we've
built a legitimate business model that will ensure that all parties
involved will be fairly and legally reciprocated each and every
time a digital property transaction is made over the Internet."
"Today at 2:45 PM OpenCOLA will address the issues of
digital rights management and audience acquisition on a panel
discussion: The Emerging Digital Music Technologies. The paper will
be also be available from the openCOLA web site at www.opencola.com. Cory Doctorow
openCOLA's Chief Evangelist and DDMI representative will be posting
a daily record of events at DDMI."