The Null Device

Yes! The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, an agency known for its integrity, is considering an attack on DVD zoning, the practice which prevents titles from playing in markets other than those they were made for. Perhaps this will lead to a New Zealand-style law banning the sale of zone-enforcing DVD players on the grounds that they are intentionally defective. (Until, of course, the DVD cartel push for French-style zone-enforcement laws/treaties.)

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