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date: 31 March 2020

DRM (digital rights management) 

Source:
A Dictionary of Publishing
Author(s):

Adrian Bullock,

Chris Jennings,

Nicola Timbrell

A method of protecting distributed digital files. This could mean that the file (eBook or app) cannot be copied, but it may simply mean that the end user cannot extract information or print from the file. Most often, publishers will want to include some kind of protection so that their customers cannot redistribute the items that they have purchased.... ...

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