FCC turns down MPAA bid for selectable output control



I just posted the article FCC turns down MPAA bid for selectable output control.

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) wanted the Federal Communications Commission’s permission to use a controversial anti-piracy technique in which the FCC would grant a waiver for…

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It doesn’t matter. If there is a demand for it, SlySoft will figure out a way.


I think you’re confused, or didn’t read the article completely.
Slysoft’s AnyDVD is for computer based DVD Players, and removes the encryption of DVD’s and BluRay Disks. It does not work on Video on Demand, Pay Per View, etc, and such on TV 's and via cable / satellite boxes…which is what the MPAA is asking the FCC to help them with. The MPAA wants to be able to selectively block outputs that aren’t HDCP compliant from Set Top Boxes to the TV set, such as component / composite / SVideo, etc…It has nothing to do with computers and computer DVD / BluRay Players.