The software code used to prevent piracy of movies shown on HDTVs, Blu-ray players and set-top boxes appears to have been cracked, with the code for unlocking that "master key" posted on the Internet, first via Twitter.
The news comes at a bad time for the movie industry, which is getting ready to offer films that are still in theaters to folks at home in front of their HD sets, with playback limited by the Digital Rights Management software that may have been hacked.
They should have watch there own movie field of dreams my favorite movie and the would have known
The line in the movie only need the last part added
If you build it they will come AND TEAR IT DOWN