2600 withdraws Supreme Court appeal in DeCSS case

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#1

I just posted the article 2600 withdraws Supreme Court appeal in DeCSS case.

Mr. Belvedere used our newssubmit to tell us that the hack magazine 2600 is not going to the Supreme Court to defend their right to post links to the DVD decrypting tool DeCSS.

The magazine had…

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#2

Too hard to win… That dollars used on law suits are like hundreds thousands…


#3

We’re talking about one website linking to one program. DeCSS and its sucessors are available in many non-American sites. The DMCA only applies to America, so anyone wanting to get it or (the vastly superior) DVD Decrypter or SmartRipper can easily do so.


#4

Yeah the DMCA is an American Law, but they have arrested people from other countries that broke the law in the other countries. Apparently America thinks if they pass a law everyone in the world should obey it. Wake up, that’s why they have their own laws.


#5

can’t they link to a different site with links to the decss? lol… if not, then then Mr and Mrs DMCA better sue google.