From the BBC website -
“The encryption on high-definition DVDs has been bypassed, the consortium backing the copy protection system on discs has confirmed. At the end of last year a hacker claimed he had defeated the protection on a number of HD-DVD titles, leading to fears the entire system was broken.
But the Advanced Access Content System (AACS) Licensing Authority has said the breech is limited.”
So even if the AACS are shitting themselves, at least there won’t be much trouser to clean, eh?
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