ZDNet: Stop wearing our DVD code!
Aug 02, 2000, 11:31 (18 Talkback[s])
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"A geek-chic retailer who printed the source code for a DVD
decryption program on T-shirts is the latest target of a lawsuit
claiming defendants co-opted the secrets behind DVD
"The DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) on Monday added
Copyleft to a California lawsuit alleging misappropriation of trade
secrets, taking Copyleft founder Steve Blood by surprise."
"We've been marketing this since last January," Blood said. "It
seems a bit late." According to the subpoena he received Monday,
the DVD CCA had trouble locating him, despite the fact that the
organisation's Web site is easy to find."
- The Register: Hollywood vs 2600.com in court today [over DVD/DecSS](Jul 17, 2000)
- EEF.org: DVD Update: EFF Moves to Disqualify Kaplan: Judge was Time Warner's Lawyer on DVD Issues(Jul 17, 2000)
- The Village Voice: Down By Law:(May 04, 2000)
- Scientific American: DVDs: Cease and DeCSS?(Apr 16, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Court: Programming languages covered by First Amendment(Apr 05, 2000)
- VNU Net: Linux goes legal with DVD software(Apr 04, 2000)
- Wired: Legal DVD for Penguin-Heads(Mar 31, 2000)
- LawNewsNetwork: Mogul Movie Horror - Can law halt Web cracking of DVD code?(Mar 21, 2000)
- ZDNet: Hollywood's war on open source(Feb 28, 2000)
- Arne Flones -- The Digital Millenium Copyright Act: A Corporate Bully Bludgeon(Jan 25, 2000)