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   Digital Rights Management (DRM)

Digital rights management is a system of access control and copy protection used to control the distribution of digital media. DRM involves the control of physical access to information, identity validation (authentication), service authorization, and media protection (encryption). DRM systems are typically incorporated or integrated with other systems, such as content management systems, billing systems, and royalty management. Some of the key parts of DRM systems include key management, product packaging, user rights management (URM), data encryption, product fulfillment and product monitoring.

This diagram shows some of the basic processes used by a digital rights management (DRM) system to provide security for the owner of digital content. This example shows that a DRM system usually includes a key management system and a media content delivery system. The web server is the basic communication process used by the customer to gain access to media files (such as streaming media).

Digital Rights Management Diagram


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