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Saturday, March 25, 2000
Hollywood agrees on DVD protection


It seems that the movie industry has finally agreed on what kind of protection they will accept for all kinds of home DVD-burners: The track where the encryption keys go will be pre-burned with zeroes.

That's not a new thing, today's DVD-R discs allready have this measure built-in (perharps software-manufacturers could also benefit from this protection ?).

What's new is that the movie industry will require this protection to be incorporated into ANY future DVD-R/RW/whatever standard will emerge in the future.



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