Hollywood Seeks to Ban DVD Parental Controls

The combined forces of the Hollywood machine have amassed their collective resources to make yet another attack on the rights of the American family. The seven major Hollywood movie studios, along with fifteen prominent film directors and the Directors Guild of America have taken to the courts to try to wipe out an entire industry that is committed to giving parents and families the option of watching movies with a little less sex, profanity and violence.


ClearPlay is an advanced parental control technology that enables users to skip and mute segments of movies that contain graphic violence, nudity, and profanity. Help ClearPlay defend your consumer rights from those who are suing to ban the ClearPlay parental control technology. http://www.clearplay.com/donate.asp


List of individuals and entities who are suing to take away consumer rights by banning the ClearPlay parental control technology: Directors: Robert Altman, Michael Apted, Taylor Hackford, Curtis Hanson, Norman Jewison, John Landis, Michael Mann, Phillip Noyce, Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese, Brad Silberling, Steven Soderbergh, Steven Spielberg, Betty Thomas, Irwin Winkler, Studios: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Time Warner Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Disney Enterprises, Dreamworks, Universal City Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, and Paramount Pictures Corporation. ************ CLEARPLAY LEGAL DEFENSE FUND http://www.clearplay.com/donate.asp ClearPlay in the news http://www.clearplay.com/news.asp Contact ClearPlay http://www.clearplay.com/contact.asp Write your Congressman http://www.house.gov/writerep/ http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm


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