ok my friend told me about netflix and how cool it is but one thing that he told me is that when he gets his rentals he does this and quote "MCE refuses to play DVD’s on a HDTV in 1080i mode, because of the stupid Macrovision protection. So I rip them, rip the useless stuff out of it, watch the movie, and delete them" so in fact my friend has no choice but to rip them and im concerned because to myself im thinking wont he get in trouble for that and is THERE A WAY FOR NETFLIX TO KNOW THAT HE IS RIPPING THEM OF. and another thing he is not using it for monetary gain.
ALSO I FOUND THIS ON THE INTERNET
quote "I know it cannot be legal to copy rented DVD’s but I cannot find any clear cut info on this on the internet. Can you point me in the right direction? I know a lady who makes copies of close to 30-40 movies a month rented through Netflix and Blockbuster and she claims this is legal because she pays 18 bucks a month per service and she isn’t selling them so it is fair use. Can you let me know what the deal on this issue is?"
AND one of the answers was
Let’s put it this way. Nobody has been sued, successfully, for copying rentals or movies they actually own. Unless you make the dumb mistake of returning a copy in your Netflix envelope, it’s unlikely they’ll know. Or if you get 8 DVDs and return all the same day.
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