If a new Apple patent becomes reality, you can, in the future, sell or loan your content on iTunes for others.
Apple has applied for a patent on a new concept, where users of iTunes can borrow content to other users, or sell it on in best used-market style.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published an application from Apple, called Managing Access To Digital Content Items, which in brief shall be a legal system for lending or sale of film, music, and other iTunes content.
Apple will transfer the digital rights from the original purchaser to any other person. When the rights are giving further, will the new owner will have full access to the content, while the original purchaser loses access.
It will be Apple which originally salesman who must keep an eye on who has the rights over the content, writes CNet.
In the patent also mentions the possibility that the Publisher of the content also gets a part in a possible sale to a new owner.
So far, the project is only at the patent stage, and we do not know of any timetable for a possible deployment.
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