Pollushon, you clearly know absolutely nothing about law, so it might be best not to offer such bad and uneducated advice on the subject.
The DMCA applies only in the US, it does not apply anywhere else in the world.
You can pretend that it does, but it doesn't. It didn't when Norwegian Jon Johansen, author of DeCSS, was unfairly prosecuted by his own country, under pressure from the MPAA, and it doesn't now.
He was cleared of all charges, and the ruling by the judge presiding over the case was distinct and not open to interpretation, as was that of the appeal judge.
Now it may well be illegal to sell products which circumvent copyprotection in Europe, following the introduction of EUCD leglislation a few years ago, however this has yet to be proven in a court of law.
But products which already circumvent copyprotection, such as DeCSS and DVD Shrink are legal at the present time.
Plus, again this law is only relevant in Europe, just as the DMCA is in the US. There are still many parts of the world who are not covered by any such laws, and there is nothing Macrovision or anyone else can do about it.