Originally Posted by jekbrown
I understand your reasoning, but the problem is that cinavia and movie content are completely independent.
Cinavia is embedded in the audio - it is not independent. If it was independent, it would be easier to remove.
The "feature" has no bearing on the video or the audio experience...which is what I, and most other people, would tend to think they are paying for when they 'buy a movie'. Even if I am paying to get cinavia, by some logic, I'm still not paying for anything to be triggered by it. At any rate, it's a pretty irrelevent discussion and won't change anything either way....so if it makes some people feel better, I concede argumentative defeat.
You agree to not break the law as a general rule, they simply add a way to let you know you are breaking the law - this statement is based on US law (stupid law, but it is still currently law). When you buy something in a store, you also agree to being monitored for theft by the store, which includes the alarming detectors at the door and video surveillance while inside the store.
Moving on, is it possible to have TMT6 and TMT184.108.40.206 installed on the same machine? 6 is a pretty cheap upgrade for current TMT5 key holders, and since I am running Windows 8 Pro, I may want to have a more user friendly metro-accessible version of TMT on my HTPC at the same time. Best of both worlds for $9.99, just in case some future discs won't play on 5....
Have not tried it, but I do not think you can.