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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Slashdot | Leaked Screenshots Show Netflix Downloads

Posted by CmdrTaco on Tuesday July 12, @09:46AM
from the only-a-matter-of-time dept.
Mike1024 writes "US DVDs-by-post company Netflix appears to be planning a service that will let users download movies over the internet. Hackingnetflix.com has some accidentally-revealed screenshots, and the Netflix jobs page includes a product manager position, saying "The Electronic Delivery Service (EDS) will augment Netflix's current DVD delivery model with high quality movies delivered to consumers' home TVs through the Internet, on a subscription basis". Apple's iTunes demonstrated many people are willing to live with some DRM and hardware/vendor lock-in."


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