DRM (Digital Rights Management) is a technological method used by content creators (in this case Textbook Publishers) to regulate the number of copies that can be created by the purchaser; in short—copyright protection. DRM protection in the Yuzu platform is primarily used to limit the number of devices onto which you can download a copy of the digital content being accessed. It also manages the expiration of rented content.
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- What are the advantages of digital content?
- Once I purchase digital content, is it immediately available in my Library?
- Do I need to be connected to the internet to read my digital content?
- Can I purchase digital content if I reside outside of the U.S.?
- If my digital content comes with supplemental materials, will I get them with my purchase of the digital content version?
- How long does it take to download digital content?
- On what type of devices can I read digital content?
- Can I read my digital content on more than one device?
- What is digital content?
- What is Digital Rights Management (DRM)?