Sony partners with itself to manage content rights with blockchain
A partnership between the Sony Corporation, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan), and Sony Global Education has today announced the development of a “system for authenticating, sharing, and rights management of educational data.” In other words, Sony has joined forces with itself to put its content rights management on the blockchain. “This new system is based on Sony and Sony Global Education’s previously developed system for authenticating, sharing, and rights management of educational data, and additionally features functionality for processing rights-related information,” the announcement states. The press release goes on to say the rights management system will focus on “written works.” Sony… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Sony
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