Hi that reply of yours sounds like a standard run of the mill
Movie industry taking point,
Fortunaly the real point
of my post is about ones privacy and the total declousure of snake like actions.
"Now really" you would at least figure "If your just a avg dvd user like most around
here" you'ld ALSO be intersted or at least somewhat concerned?
All things being strictly legal ask your self this
1 would you want anyone to knowing what you copy? dvd, movie or data?
2 what you watch? (of course related to what you would want to copy
3 how many times you backup?
4 iF SO whoâ€™s to make sure whatâ€™s DISTINQUIST lets say between whatâ€™s copyrighted and whatâ€™s not
like your home movies and where do you draw the line
JUST TO NAME A FEW, so its NOT ALL about bad guys my friend
PRIVACY IS PRIVACY PERIOD
Doesn't hurt to have a look
Has anyone even sniffed the packet flow of any of these programs when in use?
LET ME BE CLEAR - THIS POST..
is meant for THOSE OUT THERE making dvd backup copyâ€™s ANYTHING
and should serve as a wake up call to start thinking about and asking about privacy related questions
about the DVD burning software THEY ARE USING and exactly who's behind them. AS WELL as what info they are
Adding to burns and any personal info they are collecting.
Second it is totaly legal where I live should I decide or learn to make a dvd backup
of something I own, Whatâ€™s very odd is that I discovered in a "least case scenario" some burning software
includes identifiable information during the burn process worst case maybe all in some way
Ask thse questions and demand answers
or at least get them on the record.
In the end Most are in it for the money, any buyout OR PAYYOFF by any media industry
will include all the records on hand, I would guess better the records, higher the price.
And for ALL YOU BAD GUYS
That could include a knock on the door one day.