The Open Digital Rights Language Initiative

Various authors, May 22, 2002
Commentary by Stephen Downes

From the website, "The Open Digital Rights Language (ODRL) provides the semantics for a Digital Rights Management expression language and data dictionary pertaining to all forms of content. The ODRL is a vocabulary for the expression of terms and conditions over content including permissions, constraints, obligations, conditions, offers and agreements with rights holders. ODRL is freely available and has no licensing requirements."
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