How can one identify whether protected content media has been disabled in Chrome by a user?

Is there a method to identify whether a Chrome user has disabled media with copyright protection via their browser settings, considering that the commonly used logic using ‘navigator’ and ‘requestMediaKeySystemAccess’ only determines browser support for protected content, not whether the user has personally disabled it?
I’ve noticed platforms like Netflix can detect and show a user-friendly message when content protection is disabled; is there a similar approach that can be implemented?

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