[QUOTE=cholla;2728704]Since I’m not working with blu-ray & don’t plan to it doesn’t have much real effect on me. I stopped with version 8 & I will get any updates DVDFab has for it .
Version 9 with the constant “phone home” partly to check to see if I have a legitimate copy of DVDFab offends me.
I don’t have a copy of the old DVDFab web page from when I got DVDFab Platinium lifetime. So I can’t prove this. [B]My mistake.[/B]
All updates to blu-ray decryption were supposed to be included. Then the “contract” was changed to that was the blu-ray at the time but not the newer versions of blu-ray. (easiest way to describe this).
So I resent being checked out each time by a contract breaking company.
Who’s the real thief ?
DVDFab took advantage knowing it is almost impossible for a US citizen or a citizen of any country outside of China to sue them . This is why I don’t see why DVDFab isn’t fighting the AACS LA harder. What kind of success would they have in China?
All China would need to do is refuse any credit used by US citizens or companies to purchase from China. So China needs to put a stop to this . If China did this the AACS LA would be “kicked” by the US government & sent home with it’s tail between it’s legs.[/QUOTE]
FAB is trying anything, they can't use any payment processors, 99% of them are located in the USA or have ties to the USA, if they cant sell the program what good does it do them to update it, they cant even sell it in any country in the world besides China, and that wont do. No Paypal, no Mastercard, no Visa, etc. This is where the AACS-LA has them by the family jewels.