Hardware restriction

Hardware DRM
Digital content protection enforced by electronic components.

A hardware restriction is content protection enforced by electronic components. The hardware restriction scheme may complement a digital rights management system implemented in software. Some examples of hardware restriction information appliances are video game consoles, smartphones, tablet computers, Macintosh computers, and personal computers that implement secure boot.

also known as
  • Hardware DRM
  • Encryption vs. DRM: What's the Difference? on youtube.com
  • Why Has Hardware-Based DRM Become Critical to Content Protection? on youtube.com
  • The road to hardware free from restrictions: How hardware vendors can help the free software community on fsf.org
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Last modified on May 31, 2021, 8:15 pm
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