Wednesday, October 29, 2003
One more tiny crack in the DMCA
Copyright officials rule against Lexmark
The United States Copyright Office has ruled in favour of Static Control Components, of Sanford, N.C., saying that its microchips do not contravene the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Lexmark International, the world's second-largest printer maker, had charged that SCC violated the act by making components for use in remanufactured laser printer toner cartridges.Thanks to Joanne McNeil for the pointer.
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