DRM Protection in K12 Education: The Pros and Cons for Publishers and Students

Digital Rights Management (DRM) helps significantly in controlling and restricting the unauthorized use and distribution of digital content. Legal issues due to intellectual property theft and unauthorized use can be severe and expensive for K12 publishers. They thus rely on DRM significantly to increase sales and revenue. 

However, along with the advantages of DRM for both publishers and students, there are some disadvantages as well. Sometimes, due to DRM protection measures, students and educators lose the opportunity of engaging with the content more creatively and productively.

Let’s understand both sides of the coin of DRM protection in more detail.

Here’s what we’ll cover –

How K12 Publishers Implement DRM Protection  Pros for Publishers  Cons for Publishers  DRM for K12 Students Pros for Students  Cons for Students  Conclusion How K12 Publishers Implement DRM Protection?

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