Digital Rights Management (DRM)

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Definition

Digital rights management (DRM) is a way to protect copyrights for digital media. This approach includes the use of technologies that limit the copying and use of copyrighted works and proprietary software.

Source: Digital Guardian

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The Intertrust ExpressPlay DRM is a digital rights management system offering access across all popular platforms and formats. Intertrust ExpressPlay DRM is a cost-effective turnkey solution that offers complete end-to-end protection for over-the-top...
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