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Old 13 April 2015, 14:17   #19
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Making a 1:1 backup is not circumventing, it's just great, since you can load the backup without circumventing anything (as if original).

The UK (and German) law assumes we are bound to use consumer devices to make the backups, thus failing at 1:1, and therefore forced to circumvent in order to use the backup.

Instead, in the spirit of KryoFlux, we should create affordable stampers for the masses who wants to backup their optical media as well, no matter if protected or not, since the 1:1 backup will run on the host/target system without modification.

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