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    ok i have this news quiete interesting (if you dont knew it before )

    i am actualy in japan and this morning i saw the TV NEWS ...they say thats SONY and other company will make a new kind of DVD to stop copyright piracy....

    is a 48 hours DVD .....you buy it in a Special BOX ,wen you get off the plastic and take it out the DVD iso (with the cO2 or the light ) will start to get bad ...then playing the DVD make it worse cause the LASER bean heat will dommage more the surface of the DVD ..then 48 hours later the DVD is dead . so is like looking 2 time the DVD after thats finish !

    so they will dont need to launch a new DVD player against piracy ...is the same DVD format but getting BAD if using !

    of course the DVD will be cheaper then normal DVD (if normal dvd will still selling ) they say!

    like 200 yen for DVD48 to 3 500 yen normal DVD (sorry i dont know how much is in dolar or euro ).

    they will launch it on DVD RENTAL first to stop the Rental piracy ...

    thats it ..is what i saw this morning on japanes news .


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    I think some stores have been doing this already. once you open the envolope the dvd will turn black after a certian time period and become usless. That why some stores have the "NO LATE FEES"

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    ok i see ...i never saw thats kind of store in france ,japan or england (london)

    please can you tell me where did you see thats kind of shop ?

    in japan they will start to do DVD48 sooner then expected !

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    What a way to create pollution..lol
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    LOL :) thats true :)

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    i like best buy is with the no late fees and i know some other company is doing it nexflicks i think

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    What a way to create pollution..lol
    agreed, if that comes out lets boycott it. that will just kill mother earth more.

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    and its really just stupid, why buy 5 of your DVD's just so that u can keep em for 10 fucking days. Just buy the real thing, in the long run, it would be cheaper.

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    can u copy them to computer before they get bad or are they write protected. I have some psp software and it was able to copy a couple of new movies and i think it copys the movie itself like a camcorder not taking the files and converting it thats why mine takes a hour to download. Just a idea probably not though

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    What a stupid idea for such an eco-conscious generation. And how will this help reduce piracy? What stops you from putting the DVD in your computer the first time and ripping it, then reburning it to a regular DVD-R so you can watch it forever? Sure they could put some kind of copy protection on it, but then someone will hack it, and we'll be back to square one.

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