Cancel Office Copyright Bans

     The US Copyright Office reviews the prohibited items once every 3 years. After a recent review, the following has become legal (fair use):

    1. Getting rid of encryption on DVD, for the purpose of use for training or criticism.

    2. Launching programs not officially authorized by the phone operator / manufacturer. For example, jailbreaking iphone.

    3. Using programs that allow you to use the phone locked on a particular network under another network.

    4. Hacking game protection to verify security.

    5. Hacking programs protected by hardware tools, if these tools are no longer produced.

    6. Reading books aloud with software (for the blind), even if the book is protected by DRM.

    According to   CrunchGear

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