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Digital Rights Management (DRM)

Refers to the ways in which a system protects data that is circulated via the Internet.  This includes copyrights, public cloud storage, and data center management. From protecting copyrights to intellectual property protection, our digital rights management dictionary offers a glossary of terms you should know.

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