6 Risk factors that publishers face without digital rights management

We are all aware of the time and effort that goes into creating high-quality ebooks and other online content. With all the benefits of ease of publishing and access that the Internet provides, it has its share of drawbacks, which may cost the publisher more in terms of revenue and loss of reputation. One such drawback is that the Internet makes it very easy to share and download content. So if you sell an ebook online and the purchaser then shares the soft copy with their friends, you stand to lose content. Second, anyone can copy-paste or modify your content, leading to plagiarism or related issues. In the case of the print media, there are copyright laws to check such malpractices. However, online media is a different playing field altogether in which traditional copyright laws hold no ground.

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