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Done with all the Red Tape

Posted by: , 04:47 AEDT, Wed November 7, 2007

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CinemaNow has finally cleared through all the paper work and negotiations to allow them to legally sell copy-protected Hollywood movies and music videos for burn-to-DVD
Pioneer will use Sonic software to enable users to burn CSS (Content Scramble System) encrypted movies they download to blank DVDs playable on standard DVD players and PCs.

Major movie downloads and television programming is available from $1.99 to $19.95. The DVD Copy Control Association in September approved for the first time the ability for commercial vendors and consumers to create CSS copy-protected for playback on standard DVDs.


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