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Old 8 Apr 2009, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default Hollywood Movie Studios Hit Back in DVD War

Yesterday, we ran a poll from the National Consumers League that said some 90 percent of consumers want the new technology, called RealDVD, to let them get around security and encryption on DVDs and download them to computer hard drives. Today, MPAA hit back, correctly noting that the survey was partly funded by RealNetworks
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Old 9 Apr 2009, 01:11 AM   #2
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Heh, I hate both companies, honestly.

I don't even need RealDVD, most people here know how to back up their DVDs already

But you know what's odd? A lot of new DVDs like Slumdog Millionaire have no ARccOS schemes whatsoever... so obviously some companies (like FOX) are still respectable.
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