CNET GLOSSARY: Terms for the techie
Also known as Windows Media DRM 10.0, the Microsoft technology that allows an expiration date to be attached to the licenses for Windows media (WMA and WMV) files. Janus-enabled services can effectively rent out content to compatible portable devices such as MP3 players and PVPs since the files will time out after a set period.
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