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Comment: Re:TFA, unspun (Score 1) 627

by ekuns (#17711214) Attached to: Microsoft Answers Vista DRM Critics' Claims
Well, if your wedding video was produced by a commercial wedding videographer, then yes you might not be able to copy your wedding video. The videographer might well own the copyright on the video and might enable content protection so you cannot make a copy, but instead have to come back to them to purchase each copy. And they would have the legal right to do this unless your contract with them specified otherwise.

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