Another DRM Scheme Bites the Dust

I come to you bearing good news. High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) has been cracked. HDCP is the Digital “Rights” Management (DRM) scheme used to protect Blu-Ray discs and secure content going over High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and Digital Video Interface (DVI) cables. Effectively this means Blu-Ray discs can now be copied once somebody writes software and hardware to do it (meaning you can hopefully make backups of the movies you have purchased soon).

As a side note how do you like all the acronyms that popped up in this paragraph-long story? This is what working in the technology field is like, there are acronyms for absolutely everything.