The Digital Media Project  
Source L. Chiariglione
Title Traditional Right and Usages and affected Value-chain Users No. 040905chiariglione02


Traditional Right and Usages and affected Value-chain Users

 The table below is a first attempt at identifying which Value-chain-Users (VCU) are affected by each Traditional Right and Usage (TRU). For sake of expedience VCUs have been identified with the 3-character code of the 040905chiariglione03. 

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Traditional Right and Usage

Affected VCUs

01

B

TRU to quote

ENU

02

E

TRU to make personal copy

ENU

03

D

TRU to space shift content

ENU

04

D

TRU to time shift content

ENU

05

F

TRU to make playback device

DVM

06

F

TRU to choose playback device

ENU

07

B

TRU to use content whose copyright has expired

ENU, PBA

08

D

TRU to communicate privately

AUT, PRF, CNP, NTP, ENU

09

D

TRU to publish content anonymously

AUT, PBL

10

D

TRU to use content anonymously

ENU

11

A

TRU of attribution

AUT, PBL

12

D

TRU of privacy

MNP, ENU, PBA

13

E

TRU to annotate for personal use

ENU

14

E

TRU to edit for personal use

ENU

15

C

TRU not to be counterfeited

PBL, DVM, PBA

16

C

TRU that sales displays will follow acceptable practice

PBL, RTL

17

C

TRU to be ignorant of usage

CNP, NTP, DVM, PLP, RTL

18

E

TRU to apply a rating to a piece of content

MKT

19

D

TRU of continued access

ENU

20

D

TRU of political freedom

AUT, PRF, PBL, ENU, PBA

21

D

TRU of freedom of art

AUT, PRF, PBL, PBA

22

A

TRU to be recognized as the author (paternity)

AUT, PBA

23

A

TRU not to be miscredited as the author (misattribution)

AUT

24

A

TRU for the author's work not to be tampered with (integrity)

AUT, PBA

25

C

TRU of "First sale"/Personal loan

RTL, ENU, PBA

26

D

TRU to transcode

ENU, PBA

27

E

TRU to make prohibited content inaccessible

PBA, ENU

28

E

TRU to time based advertising

AGG, ENU, PBA

29

D

TRU to digital media rental

PRD, RTL, ENU

30

D

TRU to freedom from monitoring

AGG, MKT, RTL, MNP, ENU, PBA

31

F

TRU of reverse engineering

DVM, ENU

32

A

TRU of withdrawal/objection

AUT, PBL

33

B

TRU of fair use

ENU

34

A

TRU of reproduction

AUT, PRF, PBL, ENU

35

C

TRU of economic exploitation

AUT, PRF, PBL, PRD, PBL

36

A

TRU of distribution

PBL, PRD, AGG, RTL, PBL

37

C

TRU of contractual commerce

PBL, PRD, AGG, RTL, PBL

38

C

TRU of reciprocal protection

CMS

39

C

TRU of respect for sale royalties terms and conditions

CMS, PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL

40

C

TRU of respect for performance royalties terms and conditions

CMS, PRF, PBL

41

C

TRU of respect for resale royalties terms and conditions

CMS, PRD, PBL, RSL

42

C

TRU of equitable remuneration

AUT, PRF, PRD, PBL

43

A

TRU of reputation

AUT, PRF, PBA

44

C

TRU of reasonable modification

PBL, PBA

45

A

TRU of first publication/disclosure

AUT, PRF

46

A

TRU of parody

AUT, PRF

47

A

TRU of factual reporting

AUT

48

A

TRU to restrict access to unpublished material

AUT, PRF

49

A

TRU of lending

RPS

50

A

TRU of translation

AUT,  PBA

51

C

TRU of regional pricing

PRD, PBL

52

B

TRU of unpublished recording

PRF, PBA

53

B

TRU of developing nations exception

PBA

54

B

TRU of copying for classroom instruction

PBA

55

B

TRU to access content in libraries

RPS, ENU

56

E

TRU of authenticity of content guaranteed

PRD, PBL

57

F

TRU to choose the service

AGG, RTL, ENU

58

F

TRU to choose the delivery system

CNP, NTP, ENU

59

A

TRU of moral rights

AUT, PRF

60

C

TRU of rental

CMS, ENU

61

A

TRU of communication to the public

AUT, PRF

62

A

TRU of applying technological access restrictions

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL, SCP, DVM, CCP

63

E

TRU to distribute lower-resolution copies only

PRD, PBL

64

E

TRU to compel real-time only consumption

AGG, RTL, ENU

65

E

TRU to restrict place of use

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL, ENU

66

E

TRU to restrict time of use

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL, ENU

67

F

TRU to make content creation device

DVM

68

F

TRU to assign content description

CMS, PRD, PBL, MTP

69

F

TRU to access content of one's choice

ENU

70

F

TRU to run applications of one's choice

ENU

71

F

TRU to attach playback devices of one's choice to a network

ENU

72

F

TRU to access information about content

MKT, MTP, ENU

73

E

TRU to share content with members of a group

PLP, ENU

74

D

TRU to improve end-user experience

AUT, PRF, PRD, PBL, DVM, ENU

75

F

TRU to choose security

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL, SCP

76

A

TRU to restrict adaptation

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL

77

A

TRU to restrict performance

AUT

78

C

TRU contracting for middle-men to broadcast

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL

79

C

TRU contracting for middle-men to publish

PRD, PBL

80

C

TRU contracting for middle-men to release

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL

81

C

TRU contracting for middle-men to promote

PRD, PBL, MKT

82

E

TRU of adaptation

DVM, ENU

83

C

TRU of performance

AUT

84

A

TRU not to apply DRM to a piece of content

PRD, PBL, AGG, RTL

85

C

TRU to syndication

AUT, PRF, SND

86

C

TRU to choose mode of economic compensation

CLH, FSP, ENU

87

A

TRU to determine context of use

AUT, PFR, ENU

88

E

TRU to make a print of a video scene (repurposing)

DVM, ENU