DVDs and Blu-rays will now carry two unskippable government warnings

Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
You can read the article HERE.

Immigrations & Customs Enforcement (ICE) claims that their goal is to educate; I feel like they're making a case for bootlegs.

Honestly, which DVD would you rather pay for? The one that lets you play the content immediately, or the one that robs 20 seconds from your life every time you start it?

They should take notes from New Sensations / Sappho. If they want to educate the viewer about the negative effects of video piracy, at least do it in an interesting way (New Sensations has an anti-piracy message from the actors / actresses / directors on the last title I saw).
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
You can read the article HERE.

Immigrations & Customs Enforcement (ICE) claims that their goal is to educate; I feel like they're making a case for bootlegs.

Honestly, which DVD would you rather pay for? The one that lets you ... More
I wonder if these companies ever stop to think how counter productive these measures can be. They only punish paying customers and make pricey even more appealing. Inconveniencing me after I paid for your product only makes me less inclined to pay for it. And not only via pricey for that matter, legal steaming won't have this either, so this is just another blow to the idea of physical media.

At least they don't have the technological step up to do all the bullshit the video game industry is pulling.
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