Lo imperfecto es enemigo de lo bueno: leyes antielusión versus innovación de usuario abierta

  • Wendy Seltzer Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University

Resumen

La gestión de derechos digitales (DRM, por sus siglas en inglés), el control tecnológico, respaldado legalmente, del uso de obras protegidas por derechos de autor, es claramente imperfecta: a menudo no logra detener la piratería y frecuentemente bloquea usos no infractores. Sin embargo, el impulso para corregir estas imperfecciones oculta un conflicto más profundo entre el sistema DRM antielusión y el desarrollo abierto en todo el entorno de los medios digitales. Este conflicto, que está en el corazón de los DRM, se profundizará incluso si otros aspectos de los DRM puedan ser mejorados. El presente artículo da una mirada sistémica al entorno legal, técnico y comercial de los DRM para destacar este conflicto y sus efectos.

Biografía del autor

Wendy Seltzer pertenece al Berkman Center for Internet & Society de la Harvard University, y al Silicon Flatirons Center de la University of Colorado Law School, Estados Unidos.

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Palabras clave Derecho de autor, gestión de derechos digitales, antielusión, medidas tecnológicas de protección, innovación abierta, innovación de usuario.
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Seltzer, W. (2012). Lo imperfecto es enemigo de lo bueno: leyes antielusión versus innovación de usuario abierta. Revista Chilena de Derecho y Tecnología, 1(1). doi:10.5354/0719-2584.2012.24025
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2012-11-22