The irony is delicious... hard look Speilberg, but this is what happens when you make DVDs with bad aids... and trust me, DRM is bad aids. Restricting fair use and imposing your will on customers is unacceptable.
Well have a good laugh on them anyway
Steven Spielberg will most likely not get any nomination for the BAFTA (British Film Academy) awards for "Munich" because of a massive DRM cock-up. BAFTA's 3,000+ members were sent encrypted 'screener' DVDs that can only be played on special DVD players supplied by Cinea (www.cinea.com - a Dolby subsidiary). First the DVDs were held up by UK customs, thereby missing the first round voting deadline. But when they arrived, they would not play on any machine because they had been mastered for Region 1 (North America).
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