Executive Summary by Andrew Cywan first published 6. February 2014
– Digital Economy for the Human Family –
Mainstream Relational Model Engineering
The Relational Model is based on a set of rules used to organize and structure data in a system relevant and sustainable manner, avoiding redundancies and allowing data retrieval and transactions (Quote: ReproAcademy nr 1). This is the corner-stone for building any Relation Model Database System including the establishment of a Universal Intellectual Property Database. Providing a Universal IP Database in itself is desirable to ensure best practice standards on a global scale. Obs! The following sections make a distinction between Copyright Fees and License Fees. Copyright Fees are collected and distributed by the Publisher at retail level, and License Fees are collected and distributed by the License Agency who offers ‘Blanket Licenses’ or ‘Subscriptions’ within an array of IP Sectors.
( Wikipedia | Academy | School of Athens by Raphael )
International Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities (ISIC, United Nations, Division for Sustainable Development, Department of Economic, Social and Environmental Affairs) and Joint Academic Classification of Subjects (JACS).
These taxonomy classifications are Trade and Academic categories. By studying these one can find a theme or area of interest for research and specialization to the brink of the unknown to develop new Content to be submitted, registered and published in different Publications such as ReproAcademy, associated with its Integrated Publisher System.
After having dealt with the Legal Deposit, GTIN and DDC issues, the Author / Producer / Publisher submits the IP_Content Manifest to the License Agency in the same country of registration as the Publisher, conveying the Contributor and Recipient entity details, after which the License Agency will approve, register and assign the IP_Content to a specific IP_Content (IP_Sector_ID and IP_Sector_Class_ID).
Up until now Copyright License Agency License Fees around the world have been paid for by Public and Private Business Sector Employers for non monitored usage of Content. These Fees are then distributed randomly to Content Authors. With the new model, making payments to the Copyright License Agency does the Academic Attendee (Academic Sector, Joint Academic Classification of Subjects – JACS) who contributes through Student Grant deduction whilst the Public and Private Sector Business Employee (Trade Sector, International Standard Industrial Classification – ISIC) contributes through Salary deduction. This way, the Licensee logs onto and has access to the License Agency Content Database and one can monitor who sees what and the payments to the Authors can be remunerated accordingly. This is the only way one can collect and distribute License Agency Fees conveniently - and this may need to be treated in the Parliament.