13 novembro 2002

CULTURAS IN VITRO
Burning mad over copyright law: Firm sues Hollywood to defend its DVD-duping product
After two decades in computer consulting, Robert Moore brainstormed with his son last year about a new idea. What came of it blossomed into 321 Studios, a developer and seller of DVD-copying software. That put Moore on the front lines of one of the digital age's most volatile legal battles: the dispute between consumer rights and copyright protection. Moore's adversary is Hollywood, which apparently believes products such as 321's flout a 1998 federal law that the movie industry contends bars the picking of electronic locks on copyright works.

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