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Adobe Eyes Rights Management for Flash

By Sergio Published on .

Adobe is exploring the use of digital rights management to its popular Flash videos and player, NewTeeVee reports. Many popular Web video sites, like YouTube, use Flash for their videos. Giving Flash files DRM would make unauthorized reuse and remixing illegal. Adobe currently plans on making DRM available to publishers who use its Flash Media Server.
-Sergio Ibarra
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