02.13.2004 12:00 PM
Disney licenses Microsoft’s Windows DRM

The agreement addresses the use of digital content within the home, on Microsoft Windows XP-based PCs, and a growing number of home and portable entertainment devices.

The companies will target the creation and secure delivery of high-resolution digital content to consumers over networks, on optical media and on devices. They said they will ensure the seamless flow of secure content between devices, whether in the home or portable.

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