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BS EN 62481-3:2014 Digital living network alliance (DLNA) home networked device interoperability guidelines Link protection

BS EN 62481-3:2014

Digital living network alliance (DLNA) home networked device interoperability guidelines Link protection

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Standard number:BS EN 62481-3:2014
Pages:82
Released:2014-03-31
ISBN:978 0 580 79863 4
Status:Standard
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BS EN 62481-3:2014


This standard BS EN 62481-3:2014 Digital living network alliance (DLNA) home networked device interoperability guidelines is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 33.160.01 Audio, video and audiovisual systems in general
  • 33.160.60 Multimedia systems and teleconferencing equipment
  • 35.110 Networking
  • 35.100.05 Multilayer applications

This part of IEC 62481 specifies the DLNA link protection guidelines, which are an extension of the DLNA guidelines. DLNA link protection is defined as the protection of a content stream between two devices on a DLNA network from illegitimate observation or interception using the protocols defined within this part of IEC 62481.

Content protection is an important mechanism for ensuring that commercial content is protected from piracy and illegitimate redistribution. Link Protection is a technique that enables distribution of protected commercial content on a home network, thus resulting in greater consumer flexibility while still preserving the rights of copyright holders and content providers.

The guidelines in this part of IEC 62481 reference existing technologies for Link Protection and provide mechanisms for interoperability between different implementations as well as integration with the DLNA architecture.