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Digital Rights Management
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a general term used to refer to a system composed of hardware and software that can be used to impose limitations on the usage of digital content as determined by the publisher, content provider, copyright or intellectual property owner. While the Internet provides copyright owners with a venue where they can monetize their artistic creation, measures have to be put in place to prevent unauthorized use of the content. Unlike physical goods which require a production process, digital content can easily be copied or duplicated without the need for any specialized equipment. This denies the content owner his rights to be compensated for his work.
Mozcom PayEasy uses Microsoft Windows Media Digital Rights Management (WMDRM) technology to protect audio and video content. Together with our PayEasy online payment system, content owners can decide how they want their work to be bought or licensed and at what pricing model. Below are some possible options:
- Playback for a limited number of times
- Playback up to a certain period in time (ex. 3 day trial)
- Subscription-based service
If you are interested in selling audio or video content with copyright protection, we can design a solution for you using PayEasy and WMDRM. Merchants can also offer video streaming of events or webcasting in conjunction with DRM for pay-per-view applications.