01/25/2006:"Plugging Your A-Hole"
Only an industry that ruthlessly sues its customers to increase profits would come up with a term like Analog Hole (Wikipedia definition) to define its next strategy for making your entertainment life miserable. Break the phrase up: Anal/Log/Hole...that's exactly where the MPAA and RIAA's heads are, in their A-Holes.
The main company providing the Video Content Protection technology is a company that makes weird TV-interactive Bat Toys. Apparently the related House Bill would move ahead with no public review, because to understand the secret technology behind it requires a $10,000.00 non-disclosure licensing agreement. Cool! We get taxed to implement a technology we can't review, to limit our media usage!