What is digital rights management and why is it important?
Digital rights management (DRM) allows you to set copyright protection for intellectual property such as music, film, ebooks or private documents and helps prevent copying and unauthorised sharing of your own or customers content.
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“Sony’s recent digital rights management (DRM) fiasco highlighted the tightrope content producers employing DRM technologies are currently walking.”
“The digital rights extremists can go off and set up their own thing and leech off each other – but gradually they will be irrelevant to every day life.”
“Authors, artists and publishers now have the technological tools to better protect their digital creations but if they want consumers to pay for their digital work, they must find the right balance between copyright protection and customer expectations.”
“It’s extremely disturbing and unsettling that Sony has taken digital rights management to this level of deceit.”