I'll be avoiding any Blu-ray movies that use this system for their "digital…

I'll be avoiding any Blu-ray movies that use this system for their "digital copies."

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Your movie on every platform, sort of, for a while: how the new UltraViolet DRM fails
The movie industry's attempt at a kinder, gentler way to let customers own both a digital and hard copy of movies is called UltraViolet, but our experience with a copy of Horrible Bosses left…

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  1. We don't have a BR player so we still do Old School DVDs. The entertainment industry pisses me off with it's greed. The next thing you know they will be doing shit like EA or something to keep you from re-selling your old movies.

  2. Sandy, I suspect nothing would make them happier than to find a way to keep you from re-selling your old movies. Which is a big reason for the push toward streaming video.

  3. All this push towards internet based streaming and content will end soon enough. The ISPs can’t handle the bandwidth as-is, try streaming a few 25GB 1080p movies a week and find out what happens when you hit the 100/200/250/500orwhateverGB per month download limit.

    Over the last 4 years I’ve downloaded 4.408TB through bittorrent. No commercials, high quality, no DRM, unlimited playbacks, playable using generic built-into-the-OS software and free. Let the suckers pay for low quality streaming “content”.

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