2008 –Real launches a new program that will allow you to put your DVDs and other format movies onto the hard drive. It instantly became a hotbed of controversy as the software raised the question: can you legally copy the data to another media? The battle started in court and at this current point, RealDVD is on an injunction of sales.
This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for September 8
- Realtime updates of VDNS
- RIAA sues 261 including Brianna LaHara, a 13 yo girl
- Richard Kenadek pleads not guilty on Davy Jones Locker BBS