Slashdot | Self-Destructing DVD's Coming Soon.
BrianH writes “Looks like a close cousin of everybody's favorite self-destructing video format is making a comeback. Four years after Circuit City and its Hollywood backers pulled the plug on the self-expiring DVD concept, FlexPlay Technologies has introduced the EZ-D…a 48-hour self-expiring DVD disk. The difference? This time around you don't need a special player, and “time extensions” are no longer an option. It looks like Buena Vista has already signed on to the format, so Disney, Mirimax, and all of their other companies should be using this soon. As if that wasn't bad enough, it looks like this works for music and software disks too!” — Here's an older story on these technologies. [Privacy Digest]