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Turn your computer into a home theater system with this enhanced DVD player.
Decrypt videos from encrypted DVDs.
U.S. government's high-profile attempt to shut down DaJaz1.com ends with Homeland Security abandoning the case, which it had tried to conduct in secret.
DVD Copy Control Association says public should be barred from the courtroom because information about the technology used to encrypt DVDs is a trade secret.
An Election Technology Council white paper reminds us that there are still a lot of misunderstandings about open source outside of a tech-savvy audience.
The proposed Pro IP law passed the U.S. House yesterday. Among other provisions, it would allow the feds seize any PC used in copyright infringement.
Can posting a link to a Web page violate copyright and trade secrets law? A streaming-TV service says so, and is threatening to sue HowardForums.com over allowing it to be posted.
A Silicon Valley startup MobiTV is currently engaged in an almost comedic yet futile effort to scrub a 31 character "secret" URL from the Internet. Who will win? The Digg/Slashdot crowd or MobiTV?
A California judge orders that domain name disabled after a Swiss bank says that confidential documents were posted -- but they've already been mirrored.
Slate, a popular news site, seems to be openly violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Will the MPAA let Slate's probable violation slide, or will they go after the major media company?
iLoad is a product that rips DVDs and CDs directly to your iPod.
The hack allows Wi-Fi and iPod features but won't allow you to make phone calls.