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What is Widevine DRM? Widevine's DRM solution combines the following industry adopted standards to provide robust multiplatform content protection: Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) DASH enables streaming of high quality media content over the Internet. DASH leverages standard HTTP protocol and can be easily deployed on existing Internet infrastructure (web servers, CDNs, firewalls, etc). Common Encryption (CENC) CENC is an industry standards based approach to content encryption. CENC identifies standard encryption and key mapping mechanisms that may be utilized by one or more DRM systems to allow the decryption of the same file using different DRM systems. CENC enables content providers to encrypt their content once and deliver it to numerous client devices and their assorted DRM schemes. Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) EME is a proposed W3C standard that provides a set of common APIs that can be used to interact with DRM systems and manage license key exchange. EME allows content providers to design a single application solution for all devices. Key benefits of Widevine's DRM solution: Support for reliable content protection across multiple systems:. Provides ubiquitous device coverage and extends synergy across multiple content protection systems. See a list of currently supported platforms. Complete control and flexibility during video playback: Fully featured HTML5 video player with adaptive streaming, QoS, and accessibility support across devices.
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Cricket Live Scores API provides invaluable data to develop cricket related apps. The API accepts GET calls and returns JSON formatted content. Cricket Live Scores API is able to deliver a list of available matches as well as cricket scores, cricket scorecards, Test scores, ODI scores, T20 scores, BBL scores, IPL scores, World Cup scores. Learn more at https://blog.rapidapi.com/cricket-api/
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). Founded and currently led by Tim Berners-Lee, the consortium is made up of member organizations which maintain full-time staff for the purpose of working together in the development of standards for the World Wide Web. As of 21 October 2019, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has 443 members. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was founded by Tim Berners-Lee after he left the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in October, 1994. The purpose of the CR is to elicit aid from the development community as to how implementable the standard is. The standard is now endorsed by the W3C, indicating its readiness for deployment to the public, and encouraging more widespread support among implementors and authors. W3C is run by a management team which allocates resources and designs strategy, led by CEO Jeffrey Jaffe (as of March 2010), former CTO of Novell.
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Please check the errata for any errors or issues reported since publication. It provides a client to server API for creating, updating and deleting content, as well as a federated server to server API for delivering notifications and content. [...] The side effect of receiving this in an outbox is that the server SHOULD add the object to the actor's following Collection when and only if an Accept activity is subsequently received with this Follow activity as its object. [...] Receiving a Create activity in an inbox has surprisingly few side effects; the activity should appear in the actor's inbox and it is likely that the server will want to locally store a representation of this activity and its accompanying object.