with the help of Google, creating a company named gBox. This will only be a time-limited experiment to check the market but it’s always a good thing.
Every news website today is flooded by the “HD-DVD key found” news, but what’s the meaning of all this confusion? I see two different episodes:
- censorship: some of those sites censored the news that publishes the key
- revolt: after the news were deleted, those sites were flooded, a real attack against that kind of control, seen as an abuse
Why those news have been censored? Fear of the majors or what?
It’s been told to us that it’s illegal to crack media protections to copy cds/dvds but it seems now that people are claming again their freedom to use what they bought. Can people make a law, seen as wrong, change?
Some of the majors are partly abandoning DRM, but if it’s absolutely clear that people don’t want that kind of armor-plate, how long will this fight last? Are the majors gainin’ hate from fighiting the final user (and buyer)?
Too many questions and no answers… from my personal point of view I hate go to the cinema and beeing forced to see 1 minute anti-piracy spot, maybe someone should remember I paid the ticket to watch the movie?