DRM (Digital Rights Management)

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a technology that is used to protect digital content from unauthorized access or use. DRM typically involves the use of encryption, digital signatures, and other security measures to prevent the unauthorized copying, distribution, or modification of digital content, such as movies, music, ebooks, and software. DRM systems typically require the use of specialized software or hardware, such as a DRM-enabled media player or device, to access the protected content, and can include additional measures, such as license management and enforcement, to control and restrict the use of the content. DRM is often used by content owners, such as publishers, record labels, and movie studios, to protect their intellectual property rights and prevent piracy.

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