Molecular Rights Management refers to the panoply of technologies employed to prevent the unrestricted reproduction of the products of molecular scale (atomically-precise, nano-fabricated) manufacturing technologies.
Certainly worth thinking about.
His main point is that in the future, DRM-like (Enterprise Rights Management-like?) technologies will be used to protect designs, fabrication recipes, and the like relating to nanotechnologies.
In the sort term, I suspect that since the parties presently most interested are corporate Persons, these issues will be dealt with more by contracts and litigation than by ERM technologies. Nevertheless, Cascio has a good point worth thinking about.