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  1. #1
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    Digital Rights for Midi files

    Posted by George Hatzellis, manager@virginmega.gr
    on May 08, 2002 at 14:48

    After reading the "Digital Rigths Managment & Superdistribution of Mobile Content" pdf file, I was wondering if an owner of 7210 or a 3510 has a cable to connect his phone to his PC, can he save the SP-Midi file ringtone to his computer? Is the SP-Midi file locked in some way? In the case that a user can download to his computer the SP-Midi file and edit it, he will be able to distribute the file as his own I guess. How do we ensure the rights of the creator?

    Thank you for your time,
    George Hatzellis

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    RE: Digital Rights for Midi files

    Hi,

    SP-MIDI files are protected content. You can't get it out from the phone via ir,cable or bt nor you can't forward it to anyone.

    Best regards,
    V / Forum Nokia

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    Which handsets support this protection/forward feature?For all nokia handsets , SP-MIDI (audio/sp-midi) are protected content ?

  4. #4
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    Hello!

    All Nokia terminals support forward-lock protection solution called Closed Content List (CCL). (more information about the CCL you can find from DRM Developer Guide document which will be published to Forum Nokia web site in near future)

    SP-MIDI content type has a forward-lock protection in all Nokia terminals supporting MIDI ringing tones.



    Kind regards,

    sami / Forum Nokia Developer Support

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