[rsbac] question about the PM model
bigeasy at Benztown.Ghetto.org
Wed Feb 12 17:50:08 MET 2003
as far I know DRM has some rights and data is encrypted, PM model has rights
and is data is not encrypted.
for DRM you can get a key and look at the data, PM is user dependant
DRM is microsfot, PM is ....
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Wesdorp" <jcwesdorp at planet.nl>
To: "RSBAC Discussion and Announcements" <rsbac at rsbac.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 6:51 PM
Subject: [rsbac] question about the PM model
> I'm currently working on a document about RSBAC, it's a project I do for
> school. When I'm finished I will let you all known where to get a copy.
> My main interest is getting RSBAC running on my ADSL server here at home.
> I just read about the Privacy Model. Is it a right statement that the
> basic function of the PM is equal to Microsoft's DRM? The principes
> (purpose binding and necessity for data collection and processing) for
> DRM are the same as PM, I don't know for sure but I think there not
> based on any law (except there own, that prevent us from being the real
> boss on our own systems :( ). I question my own statement on the fact
> the in all the articles I read about DRM they talk about online checking
> My questions are:
> - Is my statement right (PM = DRM)?
> - Could the PM model be used for the same functions that DRM is going to
> be used for?
> - Is PM still evolving?
> Thanks in advance,
> Chris Wesdorp.
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