UltraViolet Launched; Apple Streaming Movies Too?

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[citation][nom]beardguy[/nom]This article is confusing. Why mention Apple when the entire thing is about UltraViolet? Screw Apple for movies anyway, they expect me to pay $15 for a mobile version of a movie! What a joke.[/citation]
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Making the digital version of the movie one just bought an additional cost after purchasing the Bluray or DVD is quite possibly the dumbest thing I have ever read or heard. Why on earth would someone want to pay multiple times to view a digital version of a movie that they own on DVD or Bluray, that in the past the digital copy has been 'free' and not leased. Able to be viewed any time? For as many years as you want?

Why are people falling for this crap? How did they get any backing for this when there were already non-leased digital copies of films attached to some Bluray packs? Good for Disney for not getting in that mess, though they do make enough money as it is.
 
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