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    TheDickWard is offline HDD Contributor
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    Default Technicolor Sells ContentGuard DRM Stake

    Pendrell Technologies now owns over 90 percent of the tech.

    http://www.homemediamagazine.com/rep...entguard-25225

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    In the end, DRM changes nothing. It pisses off legitimate customers when it fails, it makes pirates laugh because there's always a way to hack it. You could alter the DRM scheme on say a BluRay release and within hours the content is already on the torrents and emule networks.

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