[d at DCC] U.S. Copyright Office issues new rights
russell at flora.ca
Tue Nov 28 18:02:43 EST 2006
Robert Smits wrote:
> Doesn't the following clause address censorware research?
Nop -- it only addresses the extremely narrow situation that the Sony
Rootkit represented. This exception suggested that the research to
expose Sony's illegal activities were themselves being considered
illegal by the DMCA.
Censorware isn't normally associated in any way with sound recordings
or compact disc's as a medium.
Russell McOrmond, Internet Consultant: <http://www.flora.ca/>
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