Sony, Japanese electronics giant, has established a new blockchain-backed digital rights system. The assignment is a joint work with both Sony Global Education and Sony Music Entertainment.
As stated in the press release on Monday, the system will assistance to manage copyright-associated information for digital content as well as mentioning educational content as a main use case.
The report comes around a year after Sony stated its innovative blockchain product for educational information, when the firm declared a partnership with IBM.
Using the platform, clients will be able to verify and share data such as the writer’s information and date and time of the creation. The company adds furtherly, it will also automatically confirm the rights generation of written works.
Digital content, such as music, e-books, video, virtual reality (VR) content etc., will be supported by the new system, which is grounded alike system developed previously by the conglomerate. Sony states that, there is a consideration about the potential profit-orientated of the system as a service.
Additionally, Sony notes: “Sony Group is also considering innovative ways to make use of blockchain technology for information management and data distribution in a host of different fields.”
Sony is not a stranger when it comes to blockchain technology innovations.
Author: Berna Bayindir
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