|FROM ||Ron Guerin
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Fwd: [DMCA-Activists] WMP DRM update
On Mon, 2002-07-01 at 22:39, David Sugar wrote:
> I have heard, and after some thoughtful deliberation, have come to
> conclude that there is some claim by Microsoft that their contractual
> rights under their EULA can supercede basic constitutional freedoms, or,
> specifically, in this particular case, the 4th ammendment, whereby one is
> free and secure in their own posessions. Clearly DRM acting in this
> manner, whether attempted to be mandated by government action or
> introduced by some corporation, is a gross violation of everyone's 4th
> ammendment rights under the US constitution.
You must have missed the announcement. The US Constitution has been
declared a circumvention device, and illegal because it violates the
DMCA, which as we all know is the supreme law of the United States.
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