Sling DRM Script Izzi v2.0
How Digital Rights Management Works
Most of the time, digital rights management includes codes that prohibit copying, or codes that limit the time or number of devices on which a certain product can be accessed.
Publishers, authors, and other content creators use an application that encrypts media, data, e-book, content, software, or any other copyrighted material. Only those with the decryption keys can access the material. They can also use tools to limit or restrict what users are able to do with their materials.
There are many ways to protect your content, software, or product. DRM allows you to:
- Restrict or prevent users from editing or saving your content.
- Restrict or prevent users from sharing or forwarding your product or content.
- Restrict or prevent users from printing your content. For some, the document or artwork may only be printed up to a limited number of times.
- Disallow users from creating screenshots or screen grabs of your content.
- Set an expiry date on your document or media, after which the user will no longer be able to access it. This could also be done by limiting the number of uses that a user has. For instance, a document may be revoked after the user has listened ten times or opened and printed the PDF 20 times.
- Lock access only to certain IP addresses, locations, or devices. This means that if your media is only available to US residents, then it will not be accessible to people in other countries.
- Watermark artworks and documents in order to establish ownership and identity.
Digital rights management also allows publishers and authors to access a log of people and times when certain media, content, or software was used. For instance, you can see when a particular e-book was downloaded or printed and who accessed it.
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