Last week, the US House of Representatives passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, a law designed to protect the copyright of material belonging to software, recording or film companies on the Internet. For the first time, the act of "circumvention", defined as the deliberate removal of copy-protection mechanisms, has been made a crime. Provisions in the bill allow circumvention under certain fair use circumstances, however.
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