The Null Device
According to the OpenDVD people (keep fighting the good fight!),
DVD region coding is illegal
in New Zealand
; all DVD players legally sold there must be modified to
play content from all zones. Of course, DVD manufacturers are contractually
prohibited from selling out-of-the-box unzoned consumer DVD players, which
makes work for a thriving modification industry. It'll be interesting to see
how it turns out; will the content cartels buy out this law, or will there be
a trade war or embargo against New Zealand? Or will the DVD zoning system
end up collapsing?
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