[X3D-Public] X3D Security capabilities and needs

Michael Aratow maratow at noegenesis.com
Sat Dec 13 15:16:52 PST 2014

You are not wrong, in fact, you are right on a global scale. Providing 
authors and developers with a way to protect their creations is what 
stimulated this email. And, it is authors and developers everywhere, 
regardless of the stage of development of their country!

On 12/13/14, 1:41 AM, Christoph Valentin wrote:
>>> Feedback welcome. How important is this to authors and applications?
> This is just my private opinion: I think it is very important to authors and applications.
> Reason: Rich, developed countries/companies can afford to cope with open source data models, because they can make "big money" with the surrounding services (writing books, consultants, .....), but poor, developing countries/companies need to make "little money" with the help of protected models.
> Just my private opinion, as I said. I can be wrong.
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