Cinavia Wikipedia page compromised?

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#1

Cinavia is now on most Bluray players made after 2012 feb and yes… updates install this cinavia parasite (do not update)…
btw All new Samsung Bluray players have cinavia after 2012 feb
they totally sold out.
in most cases. Conspiracy theorists say cinavia is somewhat has compromised with sony in other words, they looked high and low for a company that would help reduce piracy …the ps3 was the 1st console to have this…before other bluray players did. It seems like DVD players are fading out and being replaced with bluray. All cinavia releases (most) come from Sony Movies (Columbia pictures)…there is a way to find out if your watching a sony movie…simply look at the brands they use…yep all own by sony and the brand electronics is not blocked or covered over with the sony name. unlike other movie studios where they cover the brand to avoid advertising them. back to topic it looks like the wiki pedias page of cinavia has been modified by perhaps “sony” and made it more vague.

here is the uncensored version:

http://74.6.238.254/search/srpcache?ei=UTF-8&p=Cinavia&fr=yfp-t-701&u=http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=Cinavia&d=4783563306436648&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=31ed9698,4a0b9498&icp=1&.intl=us&sig=19wu9l9nCX2Ddu_DC8vk0w–

The recent one:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinavia

Coverup?


#2

HTPC’s & PS3 using “SHOWTIME” are unaffected by Cinavia.

Cinavia only affects stupid pirates and potentially people purchasing original Blurays :slight_smile:


#3

[QUOTE=debro;2631582]Cinavia only affects stupid pirates and potentially people purchasing original Blurays :)[/QUOTE]

Same thought there - Those who buy the movies and try making BD-R backups are the unlucky ones to be hit by this wicked DRM. Those who choose to pirate the movies (i.e. download via BitTorrent) either don’t even have a Blu-ray player or will play their movies on a media player (e.g. WD TV) and thus would not be affected.


#4

The lists of devices and discs with/without Cinavia have been removed several times but fortunately they are still in the history: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cinavia&oldid=500667318


#5

Couldn’t you just make a digital backup of your movie and get around it?


#6

[QUOTE=hogger129;2655031]Couldn’t you just make a digital backup of your movie and get around it?[/QUOTE]

No, there is at the present time no working solution to Cinavia. It is a digital watermark in the audio that survives every type of conversion known.

The only way that it has been bypassed is to slow or speed the audio up way past normal speeds. But that makes the audio worthless to listen to.


#7

[QUOTE=Seán;2632058]Same thought there - Those who buy the movies and try making BD-R backups are the unlucky ones to be hit by this wicked DRM. Those who choose to pirate the movies (i.e. download via BitTorrent) either don’t even have a Blu-ray player or will play their movies on a media player (e.g. WD TV) and thus would not be affected.[/QUOTE]
It seems like this is ALWAYS the case with (new) DRM Systems

Do you ever wonder if there’s a point? I do.