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Feds considering allowing DVD-encryption cracking.
LOS ANGELES—Federal regulators considered testimony Wednesday here at UCLA Law School on whether to allow citizens and filmmakers to legally crack DVD encryption meant to protect the discs from being copied.
Feds considering allowing DVD-encryption cracking | Ars Technica
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