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Old 27 July 2018, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Beachlife! View Post
I don't think that is true. Movies usually have a disclaimer at the beginning stating that it is only licensed for personnel use.
That means you can't show it for non-personal use. You can do whatever you want with the actual physical medium once you buy it, including renting it out for profit. The big exceptions are (IIRC) music recordings and computer programs, which can't be rented out commercially without the consent of the copyright holder (which is why there wasn't a Blockbuster for music even though you could get it at libraries).

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