Many of you are aware of the publication of an AACS processing key that can be used to decrypt any HD-DVD movie currently released. The MPAA is sending DMCA takedown notices left and right.
When this happened with DeCSS, people responded by making art out of the DeCSS code. I’ve done the same with this key. Just convert it to an RGB PPM, strip the header, and look at the low-order bit of each component of each pixel.
By the way, this image is copyrighted by me. I wonder if I’ll get a DMCA takedown notice over material that I own?
US copyright law is nuts.
Update 2007-05-21: I said “low-order byte” when it’s in fact the low-order bit. This has been corrected.