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Thursday, February 05, 2004
German court pursues S.A.D


This news come from German, where a Federal Association obtained an omission order at the regional court Munich against the manufacturer of the DVD software MovieJack and DCS DVD Copy Suite.

With the release of the latest patches, users could be able to duplicate easily copy-protected DVD videos, illegally according to latest European law. The patches set off the CSS copy-protection mechanism.

The regional court of Munich has forbidden any further spreading of the patches although they are still available for downloading in the MovieJack and DCS websites. More information will be available soon.


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