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Please provide me with a link to the source of this information you have stated allowing you to backup legally.

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I've had to repost this message as it was unfairly removed ny the Forum admin. Before it is deleted again I would like to point out the Fair Use Act and the Audio Home Recording Act of 1992 which state that it is legal to make backup copies of software you own. Please don't delete this again as it is a legitamate question to ask and is not piracy. Thanks
the problem is not backing up the dvds but removing the copy protection which is in fact illegal, so if you have uncopyprotected disc that is not a problem

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