RealNetworks to nix RealDVD, lawsuit settlement says

03/4/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The · Macworld

RealNetworks has agreed to stop selling and supporting its RealDVD service, which enables users to copy DVDs, as part of a lawsuit settlement with the Motion Picture Association of America and six Hollywood movie studios. As part of the agreement, RealNetworks also has agreed to pay out $4.5 million to cover legal fees incurred by the studios.

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