Re: I want to try something for freedom.
Keep in mind that case is in appeal, and is quite likely to wind up in the
Supreme Court. It is, in every way I can imagine, a Constitutional case,
and has every reason to be heard by the Supreme Court. I hope the Supreme
Court Justices agree...
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On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Robert Varga wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Nov 2000, Patrick Maheral wrote:
> > On Wed, 1 Nov 2000, Alexander Hvostov wrote:
> > > Penguin,
> > >
> > > Because the patents and IP on your radio expired a long time ago. The ones
> > > on the algorithms haven't. :)
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > Isn't there a provision in American (or Canadian) law that allows reverse
> > engineering (not disassembling code) for interoperability purposes?
> > Patrick
> In the DeCSS (2600.org vs. MPAA) lawsuit this law did not protect the
> author of DeCSS and 2600.org from losing the suit, no matter that they
> tried to defend referring on this law.
> Robert Varga
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