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DRM Defined


  • Digital Rights Management is the association of rules governing use and use consequences with digital information of all kinds and the enforcement of those rules at a distance in time and space.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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anonymous

True you can copy HD signals from a Blu-ray player but take a close look at Exhibit F, Part 2, Section 1.7.1 the AACS Interim License Agreement.

"For any Licensed Player (other than Existing Models) manufactured after December 31, 2010, analog outputs for Decrypted AACS Content shall be limited to SD Interlace Modes Only (i.e., Composite, S-Video, 480i
component). 576i component will be addressed in the applicable Final Agreements. "

Also note that the AACS Interim license agreement terminates on April 15, 2009 (c.f. Section 7.1.1)

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