[pp.int.general] "DRM" terminology in other languages

Anouk jakobsheep at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 14:29:23 CEST 2014

Coming to the core concept(ualisation), do we /truly/ understand our 'own'

mr Natural :p

On 25 April 2014 13:54, Daniel Riaño <danielrr2 at gmail.com> wrote:

> What is, in your opinion, a good translation into your language, of "DRM"?
> By "good translation" I understand a translation that's not too narrow, or
> too broad, but doesn't necessarily needs to be a word-by-word translation
> of "Digital rights management" but a clear designation of the technical
> concept.
> The conventional translation into Spanish "Gestión digital de derechos" (<
> http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gesti%C3%B3n_digital_de_derechos>), as well
> as the translation into many other languages (as per the WP) seems to me to
> fall in the the literally fair category (since very close to the English
> term) but it is too broad semantically, since "derechos" ("rights") is too
> wide a concept for the subset of rights really concerned. Wouldn't "Gestión
> digital de copyright" be a best translation? (assuming that you can use
> "copyright" as an "internationally accepted" term)
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