|In reply to Comment 35 (Darrin):|
"Not really. You have a right to play it on anything that has a licensed player. If it doesn't have a player then you may want to play it, you just can't. You can't play DVD's on cassette deck either."
There's a difference between not being physically able to do something, and being legally prevented from doing so.
If companies want to make it so that DVDs can only be physically used in certain players, fine. Before the DMCA though, you wouldn't get thrown in prison if you found a way to play your DVDs on your cassette player.