Digital rights management (DRM) is a technical method to manage the rights of exploitation, presentation and duplication of digital media.

The record industry faces the problem of decreasing sales figures for records since digital technology has made it possible to duplicate a copyrighted piece of music without loss of quality. However, DRM has recently been the object of intense criticism being rated as overpriced and technically unreliable. DRM is therefore a thorn in the side of the record industry and is becoming increasingly unpopular.

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