DRM (Digital Rights Management) technology is a way for a content publisher to control the use of digital content as well as other devices after the sale has been made.

For example: If a user buys a movie from iTunes then loads this movie to a JetJukeBox and attempts to play it on a bulkhead monitor, the movie will not be able to play. The reason for this is because iTunes has DRM inside their digital content which blocks the movie from displaying on the bulkhead monitor.


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