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Onboard DRM Goes Offline

by Christopher Levy on Jan 22, 2018 11:02:00 AM

Protecting premium content with DRM in offline scenarios such as deployments on airplanes, busses, trains and crusies ships, can pose numerous challenges.
In part 6 of our series “Creating DRM Workflows”, we take a look at a variety of considerations around finalizing your DRM deployment.
Didn't make it to IBC in Amsterdam this year? Don't worry, we're going to share with you some DRM related news released during this year's show.
Much to the chagrin of the EFF and FSF, the Web moves forward with DRM in the browser. This is an update to the saga of DRM for HTML5 using EME.
In Part 5 of our series : “Creating DRM Workflows” we will review the various approaches to delivering license keys to users of DRM-managed, encrypted content.
In Part 4 of our series : “Creating A DRM Workflow” we will take a look at using 3rd Party Cloud Encryption Solutions.
The W3C announced that on March 2nd, they will roll back the curtains on a new program called "Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure" Program.
We are excited to announce that we are launching a FREE Webinar Series: “Spotlight On DRM” where we will focus on highlighting various premium BuyDRM Partners.
Most of you have probably never heard of Cory Doctorow of the Electronic Freedom Foundation. Cory is a self-professed “science fiction author, activist..
Amazon Fire TV Stick has become such a huge channel for widespread piracy that Amazon has made the decision to stop selling them TWO WEEKS BEFORE CHRISTMAS.