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Re: Copying DVD

Dr. Speedbyrd
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On Sat, 16 Aug 2003 23:26:05 GMT, Removed) (Neill Massello) wrote:

>RAKE <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> I have 15 DVDs that have failed since I bought them, and not because of
>> children. Some of the double-sided double-layer discs, like Gettsyburg,
>> are very, very fragile.
>> Also, the Digital Millenium Copyright Act specifically states that, to
>> paraphrase 'no aspect of this act shall infringe on Fair Use.'

>And what legal authority do you rely on for the proposition that "fair
>use" covers the copying of an entire DVD for "backup" purposes?

DVD doesn't need to be 'backed up'. No good reason for doing so.

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