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Submission + - U.S. to File Trade Cases Against Pirated Material

ecoshift writes: "RIAA driving US Trade policy....???

"The Bush administration announced today that it is filing two new trade cases against China to force the Asian giant to crack down on the distribution of pirated products and to drop barriers to the sale of American music, movies and books."

— washingtonpost.com

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/artic le/2007/04/09/AR2007040900574.html?nav=rss_email/c omponents"
Movies

Journal Journal: AACS Said To Be Cracked

X-bit Labs is running this story on a crack for AACS, the copy-prevention method used by HD-DVD and Blu-Ray. A Doom9 post says that "BackupHDDVD is a tool to decrypt a AACS protected movie that you own, so you can play it back later using an HDDVD player software."

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