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DRM

abbr.
digital rights management
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
Translations
GDN
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SPEKE is an open API specification designed to streamline the way digital rights management (DRM) systems integrate with encryptors, which includes encoders, transcoders, and origin servers.
The portfolio supports all broadcast radio bands including AM, FM, Long Wave, Short Wave, Weather Band, HD Radio, DAB (Band III) and DRM. The tuners are built on Silicon Labs' industry-leading RF CMOS technology, delivering outstanding automotive receiver performance.
According to a press release from the LRA, the call came during a two-day stakeholders' engagement on the dissemination of key messages in the country's DRM Strategy which climaxed last Friday in Gbarnga, Bong County, with about 50 participants attending.
Noire: VR" being completely inaccessible for days because of a DRM issue.
Dingledy and Alex Berrio Matamoros, usefully frames the issues by providing a review of both broad definitions and specific descriptions of DRM systems of the past and in current use.
Using a variety of common programming languages, the KeyOS Platform enables studios, content licencees and OTT operators to deploy studio-approved DRM within their existing content workflows.
DRM systems are most effective when they simultaneously deliver robust security and a transparent user experience.
Intertrust Technologies Corporation has added Apple's FairPlay Streaming and Google's Widevine Modular technologies to its ExpressPlay cloud digital rights management (DRM) system.
Three hundred and sixty Jinghong laying hens of 32 wk of age were randomly allotted to six treatment groups that received variations in dietary protein sources, including SBM, CSP, or DRM individually or in combinations of two different protein sources, in which each ingredient provided an equal amount of crude protein in the diet.