Own your own Integer

Ever thourght of owning your own [stag]Integer[/stag]??

Neither have I but it is now possible. I now own 2702 EC16 23C6 8FB7 3EEF 3E40 F2DB 288F, and I here by ask you not to use it:-), if you do please do contact me for a licensing deal:-)

The whole thing comes down to [stag]AACS[/stag] trying to stop people distributing a specfic integer which is used for copy right protection on Blue-Ray and DVD-HD disks, I've seen it, and don't really have much interest, but owning your own Integer is kind of geeky.

Comments

Alphast said…
How can you patent a specific number? That sounds completely idiotic. It's like saying that I patent that 2+2=4...
casper said…
Exactly which is why it is so hilarious, the more funny thing of all this is that AACS is supposed to distribute a new key, which have already been cracked.....

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