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By: Superman fan

Tue, 22 May 2007 08:39:59 +0000

I Love Lucy ? ? ? I'd rather watch reruns of the Superman TV series. They even had a small number of two parters. It's "The American Way" to deal with Digital Rights.

By: Lucy Rerun

Sun, 13 May 2007 14:30:09 +0000

I don't see anybody trying to invade a copy of "I Love Lucy." Imagine if for the next 3 years only copies of "I Love Lucy" / "The Honeymooners" / 1950s_or_early-1960s were the viewing standard of the day. In between, how about reading books?

By: user

Tue, 01 May 2007 23:35:15 +0000

Does any one has the backup hdd dvd? I have it this is the link -You have to populate your TKDB.cfg file with proper key for it to work... -juste type "BackupHDDVD f: e:moviesmymovie" Where "f:" is the source drive and "e:moviesmymovie" is the destination directory. Enjoy!

By: cdl

Tue, 01 May 2007 19:55:09 +0000

No matter how thick the armor, it is always easy to add just a bit more exsplosive. Thay can stop the pretenders


Tue, 01 May 2007 13:50:38 +0000

Math Quiz: 0+0= 3x3= Fun stuff hey? 10+1= 0x0= 1x2= 6+3= Don't fail! 3+4= 2+2= Easy huh? 1x3= 2x3-1= Bit harder now, Don't give up! 2+2x2= 0+1x3+1= -1 + -2 - -2 + 2 = 2+2+3-2= 1+3x2-2= Can't be that hard can it? 0+4x2-3= 3x2= 1+1+1= 25x2+6= 4x4+4+2+2-7-9= Calm down last one! 0+0=

By: MSgt. Fragg

Tue, 01 May 2007 05:56:06 +0000

Looks like the link has been slashdotted. File not found.

By: paul

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 11:13:21 +0000

will anybody get a real look at the world, uk are so far behind asia, if this get's published it would be nice, so here it is, stop shiting how great you are because they are watching your every move. every now and then one of you get sellected to work for them, sorry bad gramma, keep up the good work because you will be picked by one of the big companys to protect them. ps i need a beer. lol

By: Lexx

Mon, 05 Feb 2007 08:55:04 +0000

Question: In theory, the relevant keys are obfuscated in software, & in Vista will be memory-heap protected. In this situation, a work around for the memory protection would be required, but obfuscation's harder. I'm guessing either developer insider info would be needed or really, really good cryptanalysis? That or lazy obfuscation.

By: Digital Excitation

Mon, 05 Feb 2007 02:43:24 +0000

First of all, i really don't care about the hacking and cracking or the ability to copy or not, although i'd like to be able to transcode to ipod format (fi). AACS will be broken, or may already have been broken but not published. The problem with the DRM is what the regular Joe does not see or hear about: it is implemented in EVERY device made today, the regular analogue 1,50 USD cable is still able to transfer the high bandwith digital content, but we need a hdmi cable that costs 50 bucks, the tv or LCD still can show the images but the device is secretly set to lower the quality if ONE of the devices is not compliant (player, cable, tv, stereo). So we all have to buy the new stuff with the DRM tech we don't want, which strips us from fair use. So the regular unsavvy Joe buys the expensive new devices not knowing that it is filled with stuff he does not need. Have you wondered why some devices that seem logical just are not being made? Like the tv show you could stream from the Warner website, you'd think there is a device that can stream it to your tv. Well it's the DRM and the DMCA that prevents people to make them, make them and be sued out of excistance by mediacompanies that have more money then Bill. If it were up to them, we'd still have portable cd walkmans today.. Vista OS was made not for the consumers, but for the media companies, do you think that an OS that checks integrety of drivers 30 times second makes it a better, faster and more reliable OS for consumers?? Mediacompanies have declared us consumers their enemies, and letting us pay for their unwanted restrictions. Are you not bored with the multitude of crap you have to wade through playing a dvd?.. I will buy this HD stuff though, eventually i will want the better quality SF movies, but the rest just stays dvd for now. AACS needs to fail, for consumers sake!

By: Neo

Mon, 15 Jan 2007 08:26:50 +0000

Isn't it too late? You Americans already HAVE a government that whores to the highest bidder. :P