In a case that could affect educators who want to make backup copies of movies they legally purchase, RealNetworks on Oct. 7 failed to convince a district judge to lift a restraining order and allow the company to start selling its DVD copying software again until she learns from experts how the software functions, CNET reports. That means RealDVD, which enables users to copy a DVD and store it on their hard drive, is unlikely to reappear in the marketplace for at least another month and perhaps longer. U.S. District Judge Marilyn Patel indicated she wouldn't be available for another...

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