Case Study: MDY Industries V. Blizzard

Law360, New York (January 4, 2011, 3:17 PM EST) -- A United States appeals court recently made it easier for owners of copyright in digital works to attack products and activities designed to circumvent or impair access controls, encryption or scrambling features known as digital rights management (DRM) in video games, DVD movies, music download sites, electronic books and other digital works. Also, potentially affected by this decision are providers of movie download services of encrypted movies. Even operators of movie review websites that use decrypting software to create move clips will be affected by this...
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