It was right there in the OP . . . The DVD Copy Control Association was able to argue that when a consumer purchases a DVD, they only have the rights to play that DVD. In essence this ruling shuts down the legal availability of software/hardware devices that allow you to copy a DVD onto hard drives. They will not go after consumers. But they will go after the companies that make and sell the software and hardware that allows copying.
11/2/12 at 8:19pm