DVD Jon creates open source code that sidesteps iTunes DRM

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  The Register is reporting that Jon Lech Johansen, known for authoring the DeCSS decryption  software, has created Windows command line code that will allow the dumping  of the output...
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Wow, this will probably get him into trouble again. poor guy.

He’s a glutton for punishment and that’s no lie… But you gotta love the guy for sticking to his guns, believing in what he does, and not backing down coz some dumb ass US corporations think he should… RIAA = IRA!

Hey I give props to the guy, he is going out of his way (might be a stupid way) to prove that you can’t keep the real Napster down :stuck_out_tongue:

What a idiot…After few years in courts…again…
[edited by zver on 23.11.2003 04:52]

is he doing anything illegal, technically? They already said an application called MyTunes already does it, but his is open source. Any legally-minded ppl in here?