|...I'd like someone to tell me where it says that you can't discuss how to break a copyright protection mechanism.|
|Originally posted by rbird|
Not only can you be prosecuted for discussing such technology, you can be prosecuted for LINKING TO a website which discusses the technology. (See Universal v. Reimerdes a.k.a. MPAA vs. 2600 Magazine).
|Originally posted by Man E|
The Affidavit sworn by FBI Special Agent O'Connell filed in support of the Complaint alleges that Dmitry was the holder of the copyright in Elcomsoft's Adobe eBook Processor (AEBPR) program. The ElcomSoft website claims that Dmitry simply developed the algorithms on which the AEBPR program is based.