The Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA) is a joint development foundation project designed to address the problem of online misinformation through the development of technical standards that certify the source and source of media content.
The project was formed through an alliance between Adobe, Arm, Intel, Microsoft and Truepic. The aim is to build an open technical standard that provides publishers, content creators and end consumers with the possibility to trace the origin of different types of media. This is in order to increase confidence in online content.
C2PA has now released its specifications in the form of drafts for community review and feedback.
Guided by the commitment to address online misinformation, the technical specifications of C2PA are designed to be an open standard that will allow you to track the origin and evolution of content, including images, videos, audios and documents.
In the last six months, the organization’s team has been working with experts and partners in the industry, including the Project Origin Alliance and Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), to develop a standard for the development of the new technology.
This team of collaborators covers a range of areas including social media, newspaper publishing, software technology, semiconductors and more. All contributed • stressed the C2PA • to build these new technical specifications through a
After the review period, C2PA working groups will finalise version 1.0 of technical standards and, once published, the group will pursue adoption, prototyping and communication through coalition members and other stakes
The draft specification is accessible through the C2PA website, and comments will be accepted through a web form and GitHub until 30 November 2021.