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Old 08-29-2004, 06:36 PM   #1
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Hi guys!

As a reminder please do not engage in anything that violates a trademark or a copyright of another company including violating the digital millennium copyright act.

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Old 09-01-2004, 05:57 PM   #2
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For everyone out there that doesnt know about this act, here is a link:

http://www.copyright.gov/legislation/dmca.pdf
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Old 03-28-2005, 10:48 PM   #3
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What about my rights!
What about my right to buy an HDTV that has Component Video inputs and not HDMI or DVI. Then to have Hollywood say that is not good enough. In order to watch HD-DVD or Blue Ray or OAR TV has to have an HDMI and DVI. What about my rights to a fair trial. To not be called a theif by Hollywood becuase my TV does not have an HDMI or DVI. Every early adopter of High Definition televisions is being slandered by hollywood, CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, PBS and everyone that supports the broadcast flag. Because our TVs don't have and HDMI or DVI we are getting screwed.

THEY GAVE UP THERE RIGHTS FOR COPYRIGHT PROTECTION WHEN THEY STOLE FROM ME! PAYBACK WILL COME UNLESS THE FCC, HOLLYWOOD, THE BROADCASTERS OR THE CE MANUFACTURERS BY ME A NEW TV!
I am not going to have my investment belittled by the FCC, Hollywood or anyone else.
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What about my right to buy an HDTV that has Component Video inputs and not HDMI or DVI.
every HDTV i have seen so far has component inputs. I have not seen any blu-ray or other devices, my next Video Player will be a Windows Computer, not a stand-alone device, and video cards are still available with a wide array of outputs.

as to any right to make copies of movies, the only court case i know of was the betamax case, which said consumers could tape off the air for their own use. Every instance i have seen where copies of movies or music were shared or rented has not been allowed.

speaking of sharing, do you mind if i come sleep on your living room floor? its not hurting you, you certainly would not consider it stealing, right?

and then once i have your key, ill just post the duplication code so my friends can make their own keys and come over and sleep too.
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As a reminder please do not engage in anything that violates a trademark or a copyright of another company including violating the digital millennium copyright act.

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Is this about pasting too much "intellectual property" from other sites
-usually considered pretty benign-even flattering -
And considering humanity's other ongoing problems - I can't feel a lot of guilt about that - unless someone specifically complains .
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is it a general reminder about posting copy-protection hacks - and other overtly illegal schemes? - comment?
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Since no one has posted a comment - I will myself-- here's a paste on copyright rules for this web page http://members.aol.com/ajaynejr/shorts.htm#Copyright
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Old 12-25-2007, 03:27 PM   #10
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Is this about pasting too much "intellectual property" from other sites
-usually considered pretty benign-even flattering -
And considering humanity's other ongoing problems - I can't feel a lot of guilt about that - unless someone specifically complains .
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is it a general reminder about posting copy-protection hacks - and other overtly illegal schemes? - comment?
No it's not about that. It is about stealing movies and other copywrited material.
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Old 02-07-2009, 12:46 PM   #13
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thx..reading all sticky threads now
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I think the problem depends only on the right hosting service. For example: Rapidshare, Megaupload, Hotfile ....

I have a lot of HD movies stored on my account in hotfile. So I can use it to share with everyone here?
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I think the problem depends only on the right hosting service. For example: Rapidshare, Megaupload, Hotfile ....

I have a lot of HD movies stored on my account in hotfile. So I can use it to share with everyone here?
Illegal in the US to share or download. In fact, according to the DMCA it is illegal to remove copyright/content protection which most all commercial disks have which also means no ripping...
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