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A Study of DRM in P2P Network Architecture
|關鍵字:||Peer to Peer (P2P)|
Digital Rights Management (DRM)
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|摘要:||隨著網際網路的發展，越來越多人使用網路來分享檔案。目前熱門的分享技術叫做點對點網路(Peer to Peer Network)。其概念是每位使用者不只是單純的下載所需的檔案，同時也扮演伺服器提供檔案給其他使用者。因為不需要任何中央伺服器，使用者之間就可以互相交換檔案，所以可以解決在傳統主從式架構下伺服器頻寬瓶頸問題並且可以在此分散式的環境中快速地取得所需的資源。不幸地， P2P網路引起嚴重的侵犯智慧財產權問題。使用者在P2P網路分享一些有版權的檔案，此行為造成內容原創者嚴重的損失。數位權利管理(Digital Rights Management)系統是一項新興的檔案版權保護技術，其能有效保護原創者的檔案版權。在P2P網路環境下的檔案版權保護研究是一新興的議題，所以在這方面研究顯然稀少。然而點對點網路引發的智慧財產權問題已嚴重破壞各國的數位內容產值，有安全的分享平台，才能讓數位內容原創者能安心的創作。因此，本論文將數位權利管理系統加入到點對點網路，提出一個安全的交易架構。在此交易架構裡，如果使用者要求檔案，他必須付款才能得到檔案。使用者亦可將下載的檔案分享出去並取得回饋。原創者可以在此架構裡販賣他創作的檔案播放許可證並獲得收益。使用者可以在安全的、信任的和合法的架構來互相分享檔案並且達到保護檔案版權的目標。|
With the growing of network, more and more people use network to share files. The most popular sharing technology is called Peer to Peer (P2P) network. The concept is that each user acts not only as the client to download files, but also as the server to provide files. Because users can share files without any central server, it can resolve the bandwidth bottleneck problem of server in client server architecture and users can get resources quickly in the distributed architecture. Unfortunately, the P2P network causes the serious problem of violating the intellectual property. The users spread some files having copyrights in P2P network and their behaviors cause the property loss of content publishers seriously. Digital Rights Management (DRM) system is a novel technology of file copyrights protection which protects original content publishers' file copyrights efficiently. The research of file copyrights protection in P2P network is rare because it is a novel topic. Moreover, the P2P network causes the intellectual property problem which destroys the gross income of digital contents in some countries. If there has any secure infrastructure, the content publishers can keep their mind on creation. In this thesis, we embed DRM in the P2P network architecture to propose a secure transactional architecture. In this architecture, if a user wants to get files, he needs to pay expenses. Then, he can share files which were downloaded from others and get some feedback. The content publisher can sell content licenses of his created files and gets some feedback. The users can share files together and reach the goal of file copyrights protection in the secure, trustful, and legal architecture.
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