Just Two More Days To Unlock Your Phone, Then You'll Be Breaking The LawTechdirt
Jan. 24, 2013
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We've always had our concerns about the ridiculous DMCA "exemptions" process concerning circumvention of digital locks. If you don't know, the DMCA has a strict anti-circumvention rule, that says breaking digital locks such as DRM, is itself a violation of copyright law, even if the purpose of the lock-breaking does not infringe on anyone's copyright.