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The digital radio scam
Nokia N95 - from a developer's point of view
...among them women and children...
The wisdom of Slashdot sigs
Spain 2010
A better round-robin DNS server
Double standards
Argentina 2010
The 2011 VAT increase
Britain needs a better anthem
Oymyakon - the coldest permanently inhabited place in the world
US debt - $7 trillion, and counting.
iRiver IFP 899 and Linux
Empanadas de carpincho
Iran makes plans to sell oil in Euros
French monkey spies
Bird flu
The "Northern" Hovis ad
Postfix Antispam
Spanish enclaves
Email blacklists
A pale blue dot
Peep Show
How to update your Nokia N80 to the N80 Internet Edition firmware
Public transport in the UK
The Wikipedia Game
Root to bind ports under 1024?
Amateur radio
Talking with spacemen
Carrots help you see in the dark
HOWTO: Linux and iSCSI
Snooker commentators
Thailand 2012
Table football
When things go wrong on Linux
WARNING: These drives may corrupt large files AND THIS FIRMWARE VERSION IS AFFECTED
24-hour news channels
One time pads
Video games
Enjoyable development
PFS in Firefox
Backup your LUKS header and LVM config
UK voting system
Compiling gqrx on CentOS
Offsite backup with iSCSI
Live Amateur Radio contacts
Proportional results of 2017 UK General Election
Plus symbols in email addresses
UK Taps
TV series to watch
Missing the point of SPF
Driving on the left
The 2019 Cricket World Cup final
Playing with software defined networking


They are encrypted in a vague attempt to prevent people playing them on whichever players they want. It's not to prevent piracy - a pirate can just make a bit-for-bit copy (including encryption), and it's exactly the same. It's purely to stop people playing DVDs on players that haven't been "authorised".