51 29 7F 3C 44 F4 3F E9 58 8D 90 90 7D 6B 63 0FYou too can abuse the legal system -- or try to screw AACS-LA out of doing so -- by getting your very own integer here: http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/?p=1155
Once all 2^218 integers have been claimed, AACS-LA won't be able to use any other encryption codes without infringing on people's claims and getting a DCMA smackdown. At least, that's AACS-LA's legal theory.
If you have no idea what I'm talking about, try reading here. And remember: Due to AACS-LA's ham-handed attempts to get the number OFF the net, they drew so much publicity that more people now know how to hack HD-DVD players than OWN them.
Here's an idea: How about instead of wasting all this time and money chasing down hackers, who will continue to hack regardless of what you do, and creating roadblocks for law-abiding media consumers, who will become annoyed, you sell us some media without sucky DRM on it? Even my mother is now annoyed about DRM because she can only update her iPod shuffle on one computer.