DRM

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DRM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Radiation Medicine.
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Using a camera to capture an image is called an "analog hole'' and this is an inherent weakness in any DRM system.
Such devices are currently ubiquitous and cheap, but because they may ignore or even strip out the marks placed in digital content, they form part of what the content industry calls "the analog hole"--their unsightly term for analog devices' tendency to ignore or sidestep digitally based protections, thus creating a gap through which protected digital content can leak,
The problem is the "analog hole": Since many TVs, even hi-def sets, aren't digital, next-generation players need to be able to send out an analog signal.