Do you think it is good that movies are protected on DVD/Blu-Ray?

Discussion in 'Serious Discussion' started by Windows4live, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. Windows4live

    Windows4live MDL Addicted

    Jan 31, 2011
    #1 Windows4live, Feb 6, 2012
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2012
    Hi, i want to know what you think about copy protection?
    Is it good for the legal consumer, who bought the movies?
    Whats your opinion?

    For me i would say no, because i am limited in how and where i want to watch the movie!
    What is if i want to watch the movie on my tablet? it is legally not possible.
    Not everywhere it is allowed to remove the copy protection!
    So for me copy proctection has no future, because mobile devices without an optical diskdrive are getting more and more popular, like smartphones and tablets.
  2. nodnar

    nodnar MDL Addicted

    Oct 15, 2011
    copy protection?!
    i am the legal owner of an age-old game..
    age of empires,
    i even have the original cd..
    whenever you start the game, it demands that
    you put the cd into your drive.
    of course you can`t be bothered to dig it
    up you get a hack..
    my next pc won`t even have a cd-drive..
    so what do you expect?
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  3. R29k

    R29k MDL GLaDOS

    Feb 13, 2011
    Steam FTW, Hollywood and their distribution system is so antiquated that it makes dodo's look modern.
  4. solarstone2149

    solarstone2149 MDL Member

    Dec 11, 2009
    to me copy protection is only made to provide guilt to users
    and naturally more annoyance

    those who want to buy legal and who can, they will

    but considering how much everything became crap lately (mostly music and movies, well some games too...)
    its bigger downfall to those who buy and are unsatisfied later with no refund
    and major companies live from such rip-off
  5. flowerhell

    flowerhell MDL Novice

    Apr 9, 2013
    Steam sucks, it has DRM and allows developers to pile their own DRM on top. Also uses Intel DRM to lock the game to your motherboard. Nothing like asking mommy every time you want to play a game.