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New ebook DRM aims to stop piracy by changing text

Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute is working on a new digital rights management (DRM) system called SiDiM, which aims to prevent ebook piracy by altering the text of an ebook, reports PaidContent. Using SiDiM, words are changed to make individual copies of an ebook that can be tracked by the publisher. German bloggers have given examples of...

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Category: International news