by Geoff Karr Apr 01, 2014
Digital watermark-based anti-piracy programs help publishers protect revenue and author rights
Beaverton, Ore. and London – April 1, 2014 – Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC) today announced that Devon Weston, Manager of Client Relations for Digimarc® Guardian, the company’s leading anti-piracy platform, will be speaking at the London Book Fair, taking place April 8-10, 2014 at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Weston will detail how publishers can use digital watermarks to combat the high cost of e-book piracy.
E-book piracy is estimated to cost publishers around the world billions of dollars annually. In “The Impact of Digital Watermarking on Piracy” session, publishers of all sizes will learn proven strategies for finding and removing pirated content across the web to protect revenue and author rights. The presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, April 9 at 4:30 PM GMT in Tech Theatre 1 of the Earls Court Exhibition Centre.
Digimarc Guardian Watermarking is an effective, user-friendly alternative to traditional Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology. It enables publishers to track and trace leaked and illicitly distributed content back to the source by identifying watermarked assets and securely delivering unique transaction IDs back to content owners for analysis. This integrated takedown process is proven to deliver high removal rates across a broad number of website types. Publishers can add Digimarc Guardian for Books to create a closed-loop anti-piracy protection solution for all their works.
Content owners interested in learning more about Digimarc Guardian at the London Book Fair can see a demonstration and meet with Digimarc’s anti-piracy experts in Booth #S530. Learn more at: www.digimarc.com/guardian.
Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ:DMRC), based in Beaverton, Oregon, is a leading innovator and provider of consumer engagement, media management, and security solutions that create digital identities for all forms of media and many everyday objects. Digimarc’s digital IDs are imperceptible to humans and enable computers, networks and devices like mobile phones to better "see, hear and understand" brand impressions and other objects of interest. Digimarc has built an extensive intellectual property portfolio with patents in digital watermarking, content identification and management, media and object discovery to enable ubiquitous computing and related technologies. Digimarc develops solutions, licenses its intellectual property, and provides development services to business partners across a range of industries. For more information and the latest news, please visit www.digimarc.com and follow us on .