To watch Ubisoft's youngest course fills me with unbending rage. I am sure you already heard, that you must uphold a continued internet connection to play their newest titles, among other things their long awaited Assassin's Creed 2. They try to fight against bootlegs, but there are people who doesn't have internet or don't want to uphold this continued connection or even pay per minute for it, thus scaring off possible customers. And what do I hear of today? A scene release of Assassin's Creed 2 with crack and fake Ubisoft-account. Weeks before the official release. I don't know if it works properly, but I am sure it will in time.
Cracker and hacker are proud people. To challenge them with an "unbreakable copy protection" is as wise as parking a brand new Ferrari in Poland with the note: PLEASE DO NOT STEAL THIS CAR.
Ubisoft, you failed royally.