What is Digital Rights Management (DRM)?
Digital Rights Management (DRM), is a technology used to control and restrict how a user acts with content.
DRM is built into many eBooks so that they can only be used by one person at a time, and for three days at a time. To enforce these rules, reading is limited to Adobe Digital Editions or a similiar software that uses AdobeIDs. (From Scholars Portal)
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