Bill Gates declares Blu-ray DRM 'anti-consumer'

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 Microsoft's Chief Software Architect Bill Gates took a moment to set  down with the folks over at The Daily Princetonian, to  give his thoughts on a variety of subjects. Amongst the topics...
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I agree with Dan Bell. I always feel more comfortable and more in control about being able to keep my computer content stored away safely on a DVD. Unless the internet as a whole becomes a whole lot faster and cheaper for ‘everybody’, not just rich people, consumers will still buy DVDs. Who wants to download a 50 gigabyte Blu-Ray movie??? Come on Bill. And 640k of memory is all anyone would ever need for their computer too, right?