Even USA Today Is Wondering Why Copyright Law Is So Broken That It Locks Up Mobile Phones

Posted by BernardSwiss on Mar 27, 2013 9:48 PM EDT
Techdirt; By Mike Masnick
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You know the issue of the broken anti-circumvention rules in the DMCA are going mainstream when even USA Today is writing editorials condemning the whole thing as an archaic bit of copyright law that makes little sense today. It is, of course, focusing mainly on the question of unlocking mobile phones that has brought the issue forward lately, but USA Today's editorial board doesn't just focus on the unlocking question, but notes how ridiculous our copyright laws are that lead to this result:

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