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will the latest nero copy protected blu rays?

i know nero in the past wouldn't copy protected dvs's blurays. you had to use another software to pull it off the disk but was wondering as that was along time ago

does the latest nero copy right protected blurays? or do i still need a decrypter?
any suggestions on a decrypter? preferably free?
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    Licencing issues would never make that possible Daniel the free stuff doesn't have to worry but Nero has a corporate image to maintain and they can't do that if you can use there software to do something that is illegal and yes it is illegal even if it's just for you and if it wasn't they would not go to great lengths to copy protect the disc. Just type in best ........into Google and pick what comes up I think Make MKV is the one they all use now i still use DVD decrypter but that won't do blu Ray.
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  • Confusing?

    As I understand it from this forum, German law prohibits corporations from distributing decryption software. Germany's and other countries' laws are discussed at DVD Copyright Laws and many other sites.
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  • Is it legal to rip/copy/decrypt DVDs in Germany?

    Germany is a country with very restrict copyrighted content. According to German law, it dictates that it is illegal to circumvent mechanisms that prevent copying, but it allows the manufacture of copies of copyrighted digital material for personal, non-commercial use.

    Is it legal to rip/copy/decrypt DVDs in United Kingdom?

    In the United Kingdom, it was illegal to rip or copy the content of a CD, eBooks or DVD to even for your own personal use before October 1, 2014. It was illegal to break the DRM (Digital Rights Management) or TPM (Technical Protection Measures) used on DVD to protect the content from ripping. But the changes had come into force in October 2014 under the Copyright and Rights in Performances (Personal Copies for Private Use) Regulations 2014. UK government changed the law after inspecting DVD/CD copyright legislation and public consultation announced the legalization of DVD copy, backup or formats shifting. However, on July 2015, Hight Court quashed regulations introduced by the government to allow members of the public to lawfully copy CDs and other copyright material bought for their own private use. Under the new regulations, only the individual who purchased the original copy of the work is legally allowed to copy it.
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