A film would cost $2.99 for a 30-day rental. Its digital rights-management software would allow films to be moved from a computer to at least one other device such as the video iPod or iPhone. The software would prevent movies being copied.
One studio executive said the service would “compete against cable companies and anyone else offering VOD into the home”.
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