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January 5, 2006

EFF Wants EMI to Allow Security Exam of DRM Enabled Discs

The EFF is calling on EMI not to sue security researchers for reverse engineering of copy protection schemes on EMI releases.  The EULA forbids any reverse engineering for any reason.  In light of the Sony BMG scandal, the EFF believes consumers should know if there are any computer risks associated with copy protected discs from EMI. 

More information is here.

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