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Position::Russian hacker Dmitri Sklyarov - Brief Article
 
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The July 16 arrest of Russian hacker Dmitri Sklyarov outraged opponents of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the law that punishes not only thieves but people who circumvent copy protection schemes for any reason--research, innovation, or simple curiosity. Sklyarov violated the DMCA when he cracked the encryption code for Adobe's much-vaunted "e-book."

Before he could digest his first prison breakfast, the online movement to "Free Dmitri!" was already developing. BoycottAdobe.com functions as an unofficial central...

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