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Old Mar 15, 2006, 12:38 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Takezo
There is no method that pirates will not use. This is common knowlege to the development team. It just a mater of time before games get cracked.
True. But the corporate pinky dicks in their big offices can only "sell" the HD format to movies studio execs if they are assured that piracy will be a non-issue. The big studios and the RIAA need to see serious copy protection measures or they will not support the format, and worse will cry bloody blue murder. In fact, the RIAA would probably go after any company that came out with an HD format disc with no copy protection measures built in.

And don't forget, Sony is also is heavily invested in movie production, so they have a big interest in piracy issues themselves.

IMO, the HD format wars are going to be very, very bloody, and Sony is hanging its hat on winning. It may very well be Sony's undoing.
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