Homer says hack your DVD player

Monday, 15 July 2002, 12:40 PM EST

On the UK website of Simpsons' distributor Fox, Homer advises visitors to get around the copyright restrictions that limit where DVDs can be played.

The advice appears in a Q&A section that uses Homer and his daughter Lisa to explain the intricacies of DVDs to visitors.

Typically, DVD players are tied to a particular geographical region and may not play discs produced for different areas.

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