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MusicmanGG
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Re: n2a vs. AndroidforNook

I understand that. My point is do I own the videos? If I do what difference does it make if my device is rooted?
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bobstro
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Re: n2a vs. AndroidforNook

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At best, you have a license to view them. You do not own them. The media companies hold all the cards, and can dictate the terms of usage. They think you might be trying to defeat DRM with a rooted device.
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taosaur
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Re: n2a vs. AndroidforNook


MusicmanGG wrote:
I understand that. My point is do I own the videos? If I do what difference does it make if my device is rooted?

Preventing paying customers from using what they've purchased discourages piracy because magic. <--media company logic. 

 

In reality, creating doubt as to whether one will be able to use digital goods one has paid for only prevents purchasing.