Oliver Wong wrote:
"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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We do not violate copyright by skipping over
| commercials, muting offensive language, or watching movies on a
| homemade DVD player.
I understand the 1st and the 3rd, but why mention "muting offensive
language"? Is DRM known to enforce the non-muting of offensive language?
As a side effect, yes.
So far, no DRM enabled players have implemented a way of automatically
muting offensive language. If you want such language muted in a DRM'd
broadcast/file, you're out of luck.
On a non-DRM'd version of the broadcast/file, you can play it on
anything you want, and mute/skip anything you like.