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The Truth About Recent DMCA Exemptions – XDA Developer TV
DMCA—never before have four letters caused more anger since the time I cursed during the neighborhood church Bingo fundraiser. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a much maligned piece of United States legislation. There have been many public examples of its use and power. Some say it reaches too far and violates people’s rights, others say it doesn’t go far enough to protect copyright holders.
As it applies to XDA, it mostly involves device root access and bootloader unlocking. XDA Developer TV Producer azrienoch is here to correct some errors in recent announcement about DMCA exemptions and tablets. Think you know what happened? Watch this video and find out if you were right.
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