Take HD DVD and Blu-Ray for example. Both boast
impressive, Death Star-like technological measures to prevent copying
with scary acronyms like AACS and HDCP, but it turns out that
these mighty measures can be felled with merely the push of a single button. That button?
Now, granted, taking a screenshot of every single frame of a movie might seem impractical, but mix in a little automation and
—you’ll find yourself taken out by a MPAA hit squad faster than you can say “The following preview is rated ‘R’.” Toshiba claims the next version of WinDVD (the software used to playback both HD DVD and Blu-Ray on PCs) will fix this security hole.
To the MPAA, I say this: I have a perfect frame-by-frame copy of
in my brain
. Come and get me.