U.S. Copyright Office Declares Some Forms of DRM Circumvention Legal

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This is good news, and a big step in getting consumers rights back over the things they own. Here is the full ruling (via Gruber). Ars Technica has a more non-lawyer-friendly rundown of the changes.

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