Next DVD spec. adds online and DRM features but sticks with current DVD storage standard

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 Quakester2000 and GristyMcFisty both used our     news  submit  to let us know that the DVD  Forum which handles DVD specifications has decided to stick with current  red-laser DVD storage...
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Gawd damn bastards, why da hell does $$$ have to hinder technology, let blue laser live, Why stay stagmant w/ current technology to save people from piracy. Lets move foward… Shiet… Measures like this prevent us from driving hover vehicles and jet packs :g

im will not buy dvd player or dvd that have that junk in it! DRM IS BAD!

Calm down yoshix, or should I call you JetSet Willy? DRM et al is merely another challenge to be defeated…look at it as an opportunity! :d

Well, I would prefer if the DVD forum would focus at higher picture quality and resolution for their next DVD specification which is what the consumers would be interested in rather than wasting their time on DRM and other features that go against the consumer just to help the content providers and the movie industry. Sticking with current DVD picture quality in the next DVD specification would also be a major let down for all those who forked out for HDTV sets and expect the next DVD specification to implement the HDTV standards.