Cyber Riot Sparks Controversy Over DRMA

Law360, New York (May 9, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- When an article containing an encryption key that could be used to break copy protection on HD-DVD was put up and subsequently taken down last week on Internet news site Digg.com, it sparked an Internet riot that pitted digital rights management against what users insisted was their right to free speech.

Digg is a community-based news site with an emphasis on technology and science articles that rely on user votes to rank stories posted onto the site. The stories that get the most votes the fastest...
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