Monday, April 03, 2006

At Last, Legal Movie Download That Makes Sense!

Six major studios plan to begin selling movies over the Internet today that buyers can download and keep for watching at any time (Price starting at $10...)

So, what do you have to install to keep the DRM working? Is there going to be another Rootkit laden software required? Somewhere in the article it suggested a backup DVD could be made, but yet it still cannot be played in a normal DVD player. The price is also set at the same as a DVD. Why on Earth would I buy a download which takes a long time, costs the same, and I can only play it on a computer?

I might as well take a trip down to the video store and buy the DVD, or better yet order it off of Amazon.

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