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New violators of the DMCA? Reuters, Yahoo.com, CNN.com
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>From Newsforge. Wednesday May 22, 2002 - [ 05:59 PM GMT ] http://newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=02/05/22/1740256&mode=nocomment&tid=4 New violators of the DMCA? Reuters, Yahoo.com, CNN.com dozens of other publicationis and us. - - - By Grant Gross <mailto:email@example.com> - Updated Thursday at 10:12 a.m. EST "In yet another example of how the Digital Millennium Copyright Act could trample on the First Amendment, Reuters may have violated the U.S. law by describing in a story this week how Sony's "copy-proof" protection for CDs can be defeated <http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nm/20020520/tc_nm/media_cd_p iracy_dc_1> with a magic marker. Of course, that would mean dozens of publications such as Yahoo.com and CNN.com, which carried the wire service's report, also violated the DMCA, and this very NewsForge article violated the DMCA by linking to the story."
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