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old account Frank Eory
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re: What were they thinking: Copyright in the digital age
old account Frank Eory   2/4/2013 4:42:00 PM
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Less restrictions on paying customers' rights to use copyrighted content on multiple screens would be nice. In the U.S., an overhaul of the DMCA is in order. It's ridiculous that a paying customer has to break the law to put his or her DVD collection on a media server or make a copy that plays on his tablet.

hdtv-phil
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re: What were they thinking: Copyright in the digital age
hdtv-phil   2/4/2013 4:20:26 PM
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How about making use of all the copyright diluting technology IP royalty free?

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