Mini Guide

Digital Rights Management (DRM)

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Digital Rights Management (DRM)

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a way of protecting distributed digital content. DRM allows content publishers and distributors to define and enforce constraints on the usage of their content, in a more secure manner than basic content encryption and protection methods. As the digital media sector is one of the biggest victims of intellectual property theft, the associated financial losses can add up quickly. In this mini guide we will discuss what DRM is, how it works and when to use it.

“DRM allows you to have complete control over the usage, modification and distribution of your content.”
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Pieter-Jan Speelmans

CTO THEO Technologies