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Autumn2000 cover image
Volume 17
Number 3
60 pages
Autumn2000 back cover image
Quote: "Anyone wishing to make lawful use of a particular movie may buy or rent a videotape, play it, and even copy all or part of it with readily available equipment." - Judge Lewis A. Kaplan's way of dealing with the fact that it's virtually impossible to do this with a DVD - his apparent solution is to just go back and use old technology that isn't subject to insane laws.
Notes: Page 12 is a letter from CBS, Page 22 is a letter from Warner Brothers and page 42 is a letter from Microsoft that are not in the index.

Author
Nom de plume Emmanuel Goldstein
Name Eric Corley
Email letters@2600.com
Notes Editor/Owner.

Aritcle
Synopsis Discusses the result of the DeCSS trial and the bad publicity received by the MPAA. And the rise of new media not controlled by corporate interests, via the Internet and satellite channel Free Speech TV.
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In Best of 2600 book? Yes, page 587, Section 3 (2000 and Beyond: A Changing Landscape), Chapter 14 (The Lawsuits)

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Ok on 07/19/2009 Independent Media. Original link
Original article Local copy on 09/07/2009 No archive.org
Ok on Support the EFF. Original was http://www.eff.org/support/joineff.html
Original article Local copy on 09/07/2009 No archive.org

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Editorial An article that expresses the opinion of the editor, editorial board, or publisher.    (more..)