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For other USA peeps out there, there appears to be a bill in congress at the moment related to copy-writtened CDs, encrypted DVDs, and other fair use of media you have rightfully obtained. Go here (https://secure.eff.org/site/Advocac...=display&id=115) and show your support for reforming legislation that infringes your fair use.
Among other things, this bill seeks to correct the reason why many distros can't support DVD playback 'out of the box'.
For those of you who don't give a flip about regulations and are going to do as you please, you could do the rest of us a favor and support the possiblity of some good legislation.
This is one of the rare cases , I regret not being a USA-citizen ; I can't even sign up , due to not living within your borders.
Otherwise I'd have signed it in a haertbeat ; I have a strong feeling ( and history showed it right time and again) that laws like this , especially when passed/implied in the USA tend to influence the area they cover (legal-wise , that is) far beyond the borders. (monkey-see , monkey-do - syndrom of politics...)
Distribution: Vector Linux 5.1 Std., Vector Linux 5.8 Std., Win2k, XP, OS X (10.4 & 10.5)
Stand up for what you think is right. Stand and be counted as a real person. When you send letters to congress you have to identifiy yourself as a real person other wise democracy is a fraud.
Even if you are under the age of 18 you can still communicate with the government about matters that are important to you. In fact I wish more young Americans would speak up about what they want from their government wether it is Federal, State or Local. Too many young people these days have "turned on, tuned in and dropped out" out of the democratic process.