[kwlug-disc] Yesterday in C-32 news

Chris Bruner cbruner at quadro.net
Mon Nov 8 14:18:55 EST 2010

I think an argument could be made that the data on a dvd or blue-ray is 
loaded and interpreted by the system which then displays the result on 
the screen. This is very similar to a program loading data and 
interpreting it in any source code, or even in microcode in a processor.
Very slippery slope.

On 11/4/2010 10:51 PM, Raul Suarez wrote:
> --- On Thu, 11/4/10, Paul Nijjar<paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca>  wrote:
>> What am I missing here?
> The definition, including interpretation of "Interoperable"
> And no, DVD or Blu-Ray aren't a program, they are the locked media, the program that reads the DVD or Blu-Ray are the computer programs referred to. So, if the interpretation of "Interoperate" is appropriate, maybe there is the protection.
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