From Ars Technica: Finland court: Breaking “ineffective” copy protection is permissible. But is it still un-Islamic?
UPDATE: Professor Felten has more.
Filed under: Copyright, Court Decisions, Digital Media, Encryption, Media
Maybe Finland is turning into the next Brazil — a national info/law experiment. Remember Finland barring prospective employers from googling applicants?
Bill, perhaps we need a Finland tag in the Categories list! “It’s the country for me,” indeed. 🙂
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