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I could be wrong, but isn't this illegal?
Edited by warriorscot, 03 September 2006 - 07:15 PM.
Actually its not illegal for VHS as they have no cop protection the DMCA and the laws of other countries which are based from it porhibit the removal of copyright making copying your media illegal however you also under law have the right to have a backup copy of media you own. And since VHS doesnt come with built in copy protection of any level that you would have to bypass then you can copy away and if its for your own use its perfectly legal.
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