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Old 18 Feb 2011, 01:21 AM   #16
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Netflix is rental, so you stream the videos in question. There's some caching involved, but after a period your rental is over, so there's no need to store anything.

UltraViolet is more for purchasing. You should be able to re-download the digital versions of your purchased movie any time you want. It's basically like storing your movies online, in the cloud, and so you don't have to worry about backups and stuff (although you can probably have local versions of all the files, for offline access).

That's the general idea anyway, what it will be like in practice, nobody knows.
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well that sounds amazing, I like the idea and this will kill off the pirate copies (which is killing the industry). The only down side is apple is yet to join ultra violet but my guess is they will cave.

I read the article gave me good insight into it thanks.
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