1277 - You can hack DMCA. Legally.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Declan McCullagh

The U.S. copyright office now says that there are instances in which you may hack, fold, spindle, or mutilate copy protection, but just a few, and don't go breaking any other contracts while you're at it. Also, Microsoft wants its employees to build Windows 7 phone apps... for free!

Stories CoveredEdit

Rulemaking on Anticircumvention

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Android Market purchases soon billable to more carriers?

Chatroulette Threatens Perverts With Police

77% Of iPhone Owners Say They’ll Buy Another — Versus Just 20% Of Android Owners

Sony, university make blue-violet laser for 1TB Blu-ray disc

Microsoft To Employees: Can You Build A Windows 7 App For Us For Free?

Facebook says Ceglia contract was likely ‘forged’

LHC firing on all cylinders, but no Higgs boson yet

Today’s featured Buzz Out Loud remix(es) at the end of the show:

Thomas Canada!

Dan Lueders!


El, and Brian’s sweatgrip


Hey guys,

I just came across yet another apple developed antenna-gate video, which I am sure you have either seen or heard about already. This time apple targets the moto Droid X. It shows a “”typical”" holding position and it losing bars.

I am getting rather frustrated with Apple pointing fingers. They are simply glorifying the whole “”if they can do it, so can I”" theory. I’ve leaned since I was 5 years old that if other people are doing things that they shouldn’t be doing, I shouldn’t do them, period. Apple really needs to stop pointing fingers, accept it’s fault, grow up and move on. This is getting ridiculous.



Ryan Boysen

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