Can video iPod lead to DMCA reform?
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 23 January 2006
"Take the court rulings against the now-defunct 321 Studios, which used to sell a DVD-copying program. A federal judge in February 2004 ruled that the DMCA outlawed it.
That decision was widely ignored outside of geekdom. So were legal threats against security researchers, DVD burning software, toner cartridge refills, computer-science graduate students, Russian hackers and Princeton researchers."