MPAA Sues RealNetworks Over DVD Copying Tool

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sdcat

This really depends on the agreement on the defination of can not make illegle copy of dvd. Then the argument in court on the bases of that defination. However, I believe some sort of agreement would work out between the mpaa and RealNetworks.

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AndyYankee17

people pay for this tool? and it encrypts the backup?

 

get DVD decryptor, it's free, not encrypted and protected under US law.

 

and for god's sake, QUIT SUEING YOUR CONSUMERS!!!! 

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brainwins

It´s hard to choose sides here. I mean, RealNetworks? I still get chills remembering those horrible times when I installed their bloatware on my PC. And now they are on the consumer side? Yeah, sure.

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bcweir

.....the recording industry is getting dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century.  Never thought I'd see the day I'd be rooting for bloatware maker RealNetworks.  Wow.  It's just that I hate the repressive MPAA/RIAA even more.

 

Just buy Slysoft AnyDVD and forget this downloading and encryption BS.  Despite the MPAA/RIAA's threats, the 1992 Home Recording Act does allow the user to make ONE LEGAL backup of one's purchased music and video.

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