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Copyright Protection that cannot be bypassed

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by toasters, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. toasters

    toasters Member

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    Will there ever be a copyright protection that is put on DVDs that cannot be bypassed? Will there ever be a uncopyable (if that's a word :p) DVD?

    Also, does anybody happen to know when (or if) there will be a new copyright protection coming out in the US?
     
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  2. weazel200

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    You're not a spy for the MPAA are you. Y do u want 2 know?
     
  3. venomX05

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    Let me put it to you this way, toasters...no matter what MPAA or the RIAA comes out with, it will be broken, ripped, chopped up, and fine grounded, because those copy protections are a joke.

    ;)
     
  4. kyle_101

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    Theres not a lot to worry about because by the looks of things we wont be using dvd's for too much longer anyway.
     
  5. venomX05

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    You got that right kyle.

     
  6. pieman

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    Im working on a great new product.Recordable vinyl.But I need backers.Any takers????
     
  7. Molder

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    Recordable Vinyl hey, that sounds like it might just work. What will they think of next!! Maybe bakerlite switches and flushing toilets.

    M

     
  8. toasters

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    Could we please get back on topic?
     
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    Getting back to topic, Macrovision's got Ripguard out there.

    It's the newest.

    You can read all you desire here:

    www.macrovision.com/products/ripguard

    Look at it from this point of view, if data can be recorded to media, then it also must be readable from the same media, right?

    So when the day comes they hammer us with nonreadable media were screwed.

    I'd hate to be in that salesman's shoes.....trying to sell non-readable media. LOL

    Poor sap better be good or e'll starve to death.
     
  10. bilbo65

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    No matter what protedtion scheme they use the DVDs still have to play on a $29 player. Therefore, it can't get to far out. :)
     

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