|30 Aug 2013||#1|
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Content Permission Error when streaming from Amazon?
I was renting a movie from Amazon (so it's live streaming) when I got a pop-up message stating Content Permission Error (I wouldve screencapped it, but I clicked 'okay' before thinking). The only thing I've been able to find in relation to this on google has been keywords on hacker forums. The movie basically shut down, restarted itself, and played normally from then on. Does anyone know if this is just a developer issue or has my computer been hacked? Nothing on my computer has changed since this occurred except that colored lines began jumping across my screen about an hour after the pop-up, though I thought this was a driver issue of some sort. If anyone can explain what is going on or even just give me a decent textbook definition of Content Permission Error (besides the obvious title) I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
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