DRM


Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a method that provides control and copyright protection for the distribution of digital content, as well as the devices used to enjoy it.

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a method that provides control and copyright protection for the distribution of digital content, as well as the devices used to enjoy it.

Examples of the technology used for Digital Rights Management include codes on the product packaging, data encryption and specialized software.

DRM is used to ensure that companies that invest heavily into product development can reap the benefits of their labour, and that consumers can enjoy their favourite shows across a range of devices.

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