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Compliance and Robustness

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  1. Sometimes abbreviated as C&R, this term refers to the legal structure or regime underlying a Digital Rights Management (DRM) system

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  2. In many cases, the C&R regime for a given DRM is provided by the same company that sells the DRM solution

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  3. The legal entity that establishes and maintains the regime

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  4. For example, RealNetworks Helix or Microsoft Windows Media DRM

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  5. However, for standardised DRM systems, it is fairly common for a separate body to be established to run the C&R regime

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