In this document, Inside leverages its experience in developing DRM solutions to identify common problems in designing DRM content services and how to avoid them.
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a set of technologies, which allow content owners and distributors to control how their content is used and protect it from illegal distribution. DRM should never be intrusive
Who should read this:
The intended audience of this document is content owners or distributors who are deploying a content service using DRM. For the sake of brevity, only the term content distributor is used in the rest of the document. It is assumed that readers are familiar with basic DRM concepts and terminology like usage rights and licenses, but not with the details of specific DRM technologies.
Chapter 1: Consumer-friendly DRM
Chapter 2: Common DRM Problems
Chapter 3: DRM Problem Solutions
Chapter 4: Build a Better DRM Service