Digital rights refers to the relationship between copyrighted digital works (such as film, music and art) and user permissions and rights related to computers, networks and electronic devices. Digital rights also refers to the access and control of digital information.Certain digital right/digital rights management (DRM) subcategories are of growing concern - such as information/Internet privacy and freedom of information.
Essential to organizations, DRM provides intellectual property (IP) protection and is primarily applied by entertainment industries and enterprises. DRM's access control halts copyright violations of music, films, TV shows, PC games and similar Internet entertainment.Digital rights advocacy groups include:
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