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Why Watching DVDs on Linux is Illegal in the USA

 Watching DVDs on Linux is illegal in United States of America; Heres why dvd in vlc without libdvdcss

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) makes unlocking cell phones, ripping Dvds, removing eBook DRM, and jailbreaking tablets illegal in the USA. However, there’s another surprise: simply Watching a DVD on Linux is also illegal.
This is why Ubuntu and other Linux distributions don’t include out-of-the-box DVD support, forcing you to run a command that downloads and installs libdvdcss from elsewhere – not the Linux distribution’s software repositories, or they would get in trouble.
If you are an American who’s watched a DVD on Linux, there’s a good chance the DMCA makes you a criminal.

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