Digital Rights Management (DRM)
, is a system for protecting the copyrights of data or other digital media circulated via the Internet by enabling secure distribution and/or disabling illegal distribution of the data. Typically, a DRM system protects intellectual property by either encrypting the data so that it can only be accessed by authorized users or marking the content with a digital watermark or similar method so that the content can not be freely distributed.
Digital Rights Management (DRM) refers to the ability to brand
digital audio or video with attributes that ensure copyright
protection and the way in which your digital media is accessed.
Over the last several years, the Internet and personal computers
have significantly changed the way digital media content is
distributed and accessed. Downloading files has become a widely
accepted method of gaining immediate access to desired content
without requiring a trip to a store and without depending on
physical media, such as audio or video tape, diskette, CD or DVD.
In spite of this proliferation, content owners, artists, and
publishers are justifiably concerned about protecting copyrighted
works and other intellectual property from illegal use.
Digital Rights Director allows content owners to take
advantage of the distribution benefits offered by the Internet while
eliminating concerns of unauthorized access and distribution of
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