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How is content protected on streaming services.

What precautions are taken to stop users from screen recording or screenshotting shows or movies on streaming services. If there are how does it work and how is it included into the content.

7/9/2020 12:12:13 PM

Victor Cebekhulu

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I have but still don't understand clearly as the knowledge is scattered

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Victor Cebekhulu I think this article will help you Please read once πŸ‘‡ https://www.quora.com/What-technology-does-Netflix-and-other-streaming-services-use-to-prevent-someone-from-screen-capturing-a-movie-or-even-taking-a-screen-shot-I-am-a-Computer-Science-major-and-its-annoying-me-that-I-cant-figure-out-how-it-works

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So in short words Netflix and Samsung have an agreement

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Am I understanding it right

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Victor Cebekhulu Yup, such collaboration and some external methods (coding) are done between the companies to save the privacy of contents

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So in an example like Netflix would they be partnering with Google or Samsung

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It isn't protected at all. In fact it isn't possible to protect content online. You just can make it a bit harder to copy content. If you can see it you can copy it.