protected format

protected format

[prə′tek·təd ′fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
Parts of a computer display that cannot be altered by typing from the keyboard.
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Further, it is obviously necessary for the compliance company to provide this information to the client in a secure, encrypted and password protected format.
At the same time, a technical/legal scheme that perfects control of digital content creates new revenue opportunities: The music companies, for example, could "rent" or "license" music to us in a protected format rather than sell copies outright.

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