DVD Copy Control Association to soon launch recordable CSS

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 With Sonic recently unveiling  its DVD-on-demand software to become the first to allow Content Scramble System (CSS) copy protection  to be used on CSS compatible recordable media, the DVD...
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Everyone better fill up on blank DRM-free DVD media while you still can. This is a violation of fair use. I make home movies all the time with my camcorder and if they make it to where I can’t copy my own DVDs, I WILL SUE!!!

Another product stillborn. They just don’t get it. If they’d quit using CSS, Macrovision, and other copy protect schemes, they could save the licensing fees, sell movies cheaper, and see higher sales volumes. Considering CSS and Macrovision doesn’t stop anybody who could figure out how to copy a DVD in the first place, they’re a complete waste of time and money these days.