Roy Schestowitz espoused:
>
> Has Blu-ray's copy protection been cracked?
>
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Interesting developments on the Blu-ray front: it seems that it may have been
>| hacked. That at least is the interpretation that seems (if you look at it
>| sideways and narrow your eyes a bit) to emerge from the discussion on the
>| Doom9 forum, though if you find the 11-page going too heavy there ("I have
>| had a look at the difference of the output of dumphd and anydvd for a bd+
>| movie.
> `----
>
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...lu-ray-hacking
>


It will be good to play one's legitimately obtained materials on one's
legitimately constructed and sourced computer without someone trying to
stop one going about one's perfectly legitimate business in this
respect.

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