Old 27-07-2010   #1
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Jailbreaking iPhones, circumventing DRM okay for fair use

Jailbreaking iPhones, circumventing DRM okay for fair use.

The U.S. Copyright Office has ruled jailbreaking an Apple iPhone or other popular consumer smartphones will not be a federal copyright law violation, as long as copyright is being circumvented for a legitimate reason.


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Note to Apple... You are not GOD, get over yourselves...
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I should try this with my 3G.
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Re: Jailbreaking iPhones, circumventing DRM okay for fair use

This opens up the door for so much possibilities. From unlocking car stereos to dvd burners to region free players to everything..
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Re: Jailbreaking iPhones, circumventing DRM okay for fair use

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This opens up the door for so much possibilities. From unlocking car stereos to dvd burners to region free players to everything..
Good call . . . didn't even think about this part.
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