Free speech and copyright
VOLOKH at mail.law.ucla.edu
Thu Sep 14 12:29:26 PDT 2000
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> (San Francisco) CNET reported today that MP3.com has removed a song from
> its service that details the computer code that allows users to make
> copies of digital films on DVDs. A federal judge banned a hacker
> publication called 2600.com from publishing the code. Joseph Wecker, the
> writer of the song who is protesting the court's ruling, argued that the
> First Amendment protects his right to sing a song about the code. Other
> protesters have published portions of the code on T-shirts and have
> recorded dramatic readings of the code.
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