Maybe it's just my impression, but I have the impression that DRM questions are quite tendentious on this site.
Currently I am reviewing this question which is about how one could limit the number of times a flash disk is being used. I remember having seen a lot of such questions about how one can prevent a software from being copied, data form being shared, etc. passing on the "Off-topic" closing review queue.
I understand that DRM is quite a specific domain, clearly separated from classical IT infrastructure protection and using different security methods. For this reason honestly I may even have approved such close votes.
However, while thinking about it, we are not on the "IT infrastructure security" website, but on "Information security". The On-topic web page describes it as a place "for Information Security professionals to discuss protecting assets from threats and vulnerabilities".
I think that intellectual property can be considered an asset, whose main threat would be piracy, making DRM discussion perfectly on-topic here, whether the OP question has an answer or not: "No, with current technology what you ask is not possible" can be a valid answer to some questions without making the question off-topic at all. I feel it would also need a more lax reaction toward security through obscurity since it composes most DRM "security" core.
I also see that there is a drm tag, but I cannot take this as a definitive statement that these questions are on-topic here.
That's why I'm asking it here: are such DRM related questions on topic here?