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Endeavor hit the nail on the head.
The duplication process, where a blank DVD is written onto, has no way to copy protect it. For copy protection, your disc needs to be produced on a replicator. Disk replicators are what your favorite movie DVDs are made on. If you’re ordering thousands of DVDs, replication is significantly cheaper than duplication, but if you only need a few to a few hundred, the cost isn’t worth it.
Aside from that, it’s easy to override the security features even on a replicated disc. A magic marker and the smarts to know where to draw and your security is gone.