DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier, an identifier applied to digital objects. There are over 100 million DOI allocated worldwide to all kinds of content.
People return from their holidays with many photos and want to share them, others want to use such shared photos. To help them find the right software for embedding their own rights data into an image file or to retrieve them from a photo by a potential user, IPTC has tested 19 free or inexpensive programs. The results – published at www.iptc.org/goto?photorightstest on Thursday, 28 August 2014
This was the title of a presentation made at the IPTC conference on 12 March 2013 in Amsterdam on “machine readable rights”.
European picture agency organisation CEPIC has joined forces with standards body IPTC to produce the CEPIC/IPTC Metadata Handbook which was launched on 20 May 2011 at the CEPIC Congress in Istanbul, Turkey.
The Manifesto was issued by the IPTC Photo Metadata Working Group in May 2011.