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Thursday, November 25, 1999
'Key' change after DVD copies made


"..Creators of DVD technology have already:
- Changed the keys that the European hackers used to break the protection codes. New DVDs cannot be copied with the pirates' program.
- Stopped the Web sites from offering the program. Manufacturers are considering legal action against those sites, but that would be difficult because the piracy occurred outside the USA.
- Manufacturers also are exploring new forms of copy protection that would work on current DVD players.."



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