Posted by: Brad | February 21, 2009

Unbreakable Encryption Unveiled by Music/Movie Industry

Pacman must be completed to decode the media.

Pacman must be completed to decode the media.

In response to the growing problem of piracy, the music and movie industries have banded together to develop an unbreakable encryption method, which they claim will immediately stop piracy.

For legitimately downloaded media, the user can easily decode and enjoy their purchase with a keycode available from a market stall in Kazakhstan. The user must fly to the stall and quote a number handed to them by a flight attendant named Nancy, at which point they will be given a keycode. This keycode can then be entered into a decryption program available for $200. Finally, the user must complete the original Pacman with a perfect score. This process must be repeated everytime the user wishes to listen to or watch their media.

The media is also extremely poor quality, to eliminate the likelihood of pirates recording video or audio signals.

Critics say that this will be the end of the music and movie industries, but they maintain that it is completely sane.

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  1. Very sensible…and a visit to Kazakhstan is always welcome

    • Kazakhstan is glorious nation. Is nice! πŸ˜›

  2. Now do we get the perfect score on an arcade version or atari version?

    • I’d say a modified arcade version for PC πŸ˜€

      • Ah! Brad you get it. You are the first blogger on (other than me) that understands how to use the threaded comments. πŸ˜€

  3. Man, those guys are on it! Kudos, for making it easier on us consumers! 😎

    • They love us consumers… πŸ˜‰

  4. If I visit Kazakhstan will I have to wear a monkini or sleep with a cow?

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