For the fifth time since the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) was passed in 1998, the Library of Congress is preparing to grant limited rights to crack DRM locks on digital content. Not that it matters much; despite an increased willingness at the Library to grant such permission, the actual tools most people need to bypass DRM remain forbidden. Even if you want to take advantage of your rights under the law, you'll probably break the law to do so. The DMCA made it illegal to bypass most [...]

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