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Hollywood wins case against DVD hacking website

Hollywood's eight movie studios won a significant court battle at the end of last week in its effort to protect DVDs from being copied onto computers.The studios via their advocate organisation The Motion Picture Association Of America (MPAA) successfully sued website publisher Eric Corley who had made available online software which descrambled the code which prevents DVDs from being copied. That software, developed by hackers, enables computer users to copy feature films from ...

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