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Analyst believes Blu-ray DRM to be safe for 10 years

Posted on Saturday, July 14 2007 @ 04:25:19 CEST by


Richard Doherty, a media analysts with Envisioneering Group, believes the DRM of Blu-ray will be safe for ten years:
The latest issue of HMM magazine (no link given) contains a quote from Richard Doherty, a media analyst with Envisioneering Group, extolling the strength of the DRM in Blu-ray discs, called BD+. Doherty reportedly said, "BD+, unlike AACS, which suffered a partial hack last year, won't likely be breached for 10 years." He added that if it were broken, "the damage would affect one film and one player." As one comment on AVS noted, I'll wait for the Doom9 guys to weigh in.
Source: Slashdot.


 



 

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