HP appeals to Blu-ray group to adopt Managed Copy and iHD

I just posted the article HP appeals to Blu-ray group to adopt Managed Copy and iHD.

Hewlett-Packard the second largest PC maker, who’s motto is
“Invent”, has asked the Blu-ray Disc Association to include mandatory
Managed Copy and iHD as part of its format…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11017-HP-appeals-to-Blu-ray-group-to-adopt-Managed-Copy-and-iHD.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11017-HP-appeals-to-Blu-ray-group-to-adopt-Managed-Copy-and-iHD.html)

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I like BluRay’s pontential over HD DVD but the ability to have a movie server and not use discs could make or break the next gen format.

Why am I not surprised that Sony is resisting making CD’s that have legal copy protections implemented? After all they were among the first, if not the first record label to start to start copy protecting CD’s. It’s fairly obvious they don’t want the consumer to have any rights at all. Instead of working with consumers to find a proper way to handle our rights… they just try to take them away. Shame on them, that’s what I say.

Holographic Nanostorage to replace Blu-Ray and HD-DVD. http://colossalstorage.net :d

1-2TB HDDs will arrive much earlier than holographic storage.