"CoreCodec, the company behind the high-performance CoreAVC
H.264 implementation, issued an apology this morning for its recent
abuse of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), a law that
broadly prohibits circumvention of copy-protection mechanisms.
"In a DMCA takedown notice sent to Google over the weekend,
CoreCodec demanded that Google cease hosting coreavc-for-linux, an
open source project that provided a Linux compatibility layer for
the CoreAVC codec..."
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