Efforts are being invested in harnessing blockchain technology to solve the challenges associated with attribution of copyright in order to provide recognition of the copyright of a digital work of art to its holder or author. Blockchain technology aims to use decentralized, cryptographically secure database technology, to document the recording, reproduction, distribution and trade of digital works of art. One of the basic forms of copyright attribution is the recognition of the identity of the copyright owner or author, in order to ensure the authenticity and ownership of a work of art. original.
For example, a digital artwork exists primarily in the form of an intangible artifact and the digital artwork may not match the shape of the high-stakes international art market, which continues to grow. lean on unique, original and tangible objects. Since a digital work of art does not produce artifacts that can be easily owned and traded in a conventional sense, their value may not be estimated appropriately. Copyright and other intellectual property tools are frequently used to remedy this problem, but with little success.
Decentralized database technology to record Blockchain data storage technology and protect against copyright infringement is ideal for tagging and storing original works of art, digital intellectual property, documents, manuscripts , photographs, images, etc., far from any central authority. As such, if a copyright service ceases to exist, there will always be a verifiable copy of the original digital artwork stored on the blockchain.
Conversely, a centralized database is only as reliable as the entity that controls the database. If the centralized database and the entity that controls the database experiences unethical behavior, trust issues arise from the database collapse and the records may be of no value and may not be valid.
Rather than collecting information about a digital work and the creator of the digital work and storing it in a centralized database, turning that database into a blockchain and decentralizing the database allows anyone to find, use and market the works of art in an authorized manner. Some of the many benefits of blockchain technology in recording and protecting against the challenges of copyright attribution are that, among others, it has the potential to provide increased confidence and security.
Nonetheless, decentralized blockchain data storage technology relies on the trust of the group. As long as the group is strong and the blockchain is well distributed, the record is still valid, namely, one of the many strengths of blockchain data storage technology is that it is designed to survive, have a longevity and be a very reliable source to register and date intellectual property, thereby establishing that the digital creation was in one’s possession at a specific time and, as such, can provide a non-repudiation longevity service.
In the United States, the usefulness of a third-party non-repudiation service (blockchain or otherwise) has been limited by the US Copyright Office. In a nutshell, anyone who wants to register copyright and consider taking legal action needs official registration in a timely manner, if they are to collect the desired damages. Since the US Copyright Office registration serves as a prima facie case of ownership, in most cases a third-party service is unnecessary from a content protection standpoint.
While non-repudiation services can provide a public record of ownership and a means of tracing a work back to its author, the US Copyright Office cannot as effectively serve people’s ability to know the database and to know how to search there. In addition, copyright is governed by local laws and regulations which differ by jurisdiction.
While some innovators aim to establish a creation date for copyrighted works, it is an underlying problem to remove or ostensibly act on digital content or intellectual property, with or without the question of considering legal intervention to protect against copyright infringement.
Spotify, which provides a commercial music streaming service for restricted digital content, has Recently acquired Mediachain to resolve music attribution issues. These companies have paid more attention to data content protection issues by investing efforts in ways to provide more potential solutions to address issues associated with digital music content allocations.
NKOR, a blockchain-based platform, aims to use decentralized and cryptographically secure blockchain-based database technology to document the recording, reproduction, distribution and trade of digital works of art. . Rather than collecting information about a digital work and the creator of the digital work and storing it in a centralized database, turning that database into a blockchain and decentralizing the database allows anyone to find, use and market the works of art in an authorized manner. Some of the many benefits of NKOR’s unique blockchain technology in registering and protecting against copyright attribution challenges include, among others, the potential to provide increased confidence and security. Nevertheless, the decentralized blockchain data storage technology relies on the trust of the group, namely, since the group is strong and the blockchain is well distributed, the registration is still valid.
NKOR serves as a particularly promising and revolutionary platform for the registration and trading of intellectual property and copyright, based on blockchain technology and which is a game-changer in intellectual property trading and rights protection. author. One of the many strengths of NKOR’s blockchain data storage technology is that it is designed to survive, have longevity, and be a very reliable source of recording and dating intellectual property, thereby establishing as well as digital creation was in its possession at a specific point of time, and as such, can provide a longevity service of non-repudiation. NKOR aims to provide a revolutionary solution to data content protection problems by investing efforts in efficient and accurate technologies to provide more potential solutions to holistically solve challenges associated with digital data content, such as attribution of digital music content.
Dr Hadar Mazor is a patent attorney in Israel. Dr. Mazor has participated in patent drafting around the world and has successfully pursued patents in the United States, Europe, China, Japan, Israel and other countries including strategic planning, the drafting, prosecution and maintenance of patent portfolios for major technology companies, start-ups, academic institutions and private clients in various fields. Dr Mazor is also experienced in patentability and due diligence assessments, infringement and freedom to operate opinions, oppositions and litigation support. In addition, Hadar is experienced in patent term extensions for medical and pharmaceutical products.