Zediva streams new DVDs into homes, skirts the law

Zediva streams new DVDs into homes, skirts the law.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/6Gfy4K.jpg[/newsimage]In case you somehow didn't notice, online movie rental and video streaming services are in. Netflix enjoys a massive user base, mainstream recognition and, as of yesterday, stands poised to enter the original programming arena with its upcoming series, "House of Cards." Fandor is a new player intent on making its mark in the online streaming movie business by coupling independent films with Facebook. Amazon started its own streaming video program for paying Prime members last month with a sizable offering out of the gate. And now, one more company just got in on the action with a strange plan.

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