A case for Intellectual Property Protection
Any content (whether it’s in analog or digital form) that is created is prone to duplication and redistribution and it’s fairly easy to do it. While analog media loses quality with each copy generation, and often even during normal use, digital media files may be copied an unlimited number of times without degradation in the quality of subsequent copies. Further, the abundance of digital devices such as laptops, mobile phone and/or tabs combined with the Internet and popular file sharing tools, have made unauthorized sharing of digital files (a/k/a digital piracy) common, possible and profitable.
Over the years, various techniques have evolved to manage access control of digital content. Also, once access to the content has been given, the need to protect the copying and unauthorized sharing of the content