The Android smartphone platform has gained significant
market share among mobile devices with high-speed network
connectivity. In this paper we describe Oghma, which is an
Android application to make multimedia data, i.e. video,
easily accessible. It uses a peer-to-peer content delivery
model to ensure efficient delivery to a large audience.
However, the openness of delivery demands adaptive and
robust management of intellectual property rights. In this
paper we describe a framework and its implementation to
address the central issues in content delivery: a scalable peerto-
peer-based content delivery model, paired with a secure
access control model that enables data providers to maintain
control over their original content available. Our prototype
implementation for the Android platform for mobile phones
is described in detail.