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DRM hack-y-sack

Digg.com has decided to dig in (sorry) its heels and not take down pages of its website that refer to the 32-digit code that allows users to hack into HD-DVDs and copy them. The MPAA had issued a cease-and-desist yesterday, and initially Digg had removed all pages referring to that code. However, Digg's users (who are also its contributors) rebelled, and so the pages went back up, and Digg will now fight the cease-and-desist in court. Another interesting DRM battle.

This, from I Can Haz Cheeseburger, pretty much says it:

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