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Court zeros in on DVD copying

Software maker 321 Studios faces Hollywood's wrath and a judge's questioning in a case to determine whether technology from the company violates copyright protections.

roundup Software maker 321 Studios faces Hollywood's wrath and a judge's questioning in a case to determine whether technology from the company violates copyright protections.


The judge in the closely watched 321 Studios case says she's "substantially persuaded" by past court rulings favoring copyright holders.
May 15, 2003


Software start-up 321 Studios will face off with Hollywood over whether it has the right to sell programs that get around copyright protections in a key legal test of the DMCA.
May 14, 2003


When Hollywood goes into court to argue that DVD-copying software is illegal, it will stand with a lawyer who's quietly had as much influence on the Net as any well-known code-slinger.
March 15, 2003

previous coverage

321 Studios CEO Robert Moore talks with CNET News.com about incurring the wrath of Hollywood and how a hobby turned into a personal crusade.
March 20, 2003


In a pre-emptive strike to stave off the fury of the movie industry, 321 Studios asks a federal judge for permission to sell and market its product for copying DVDs.
April 23, 2003