Am 08.07.2010 16:48, schrieb Mark Knecht:
It is not forbidden to make up to 6 copies for friends and neighbors as
long as you do not use technology that is made to break copy-protection.
Such technology must be officially labeled illegal to make the copy
itself an illegal one.So if copy-protection works by manipulating the
TOC of a CD to make it unreadable in CD-ROM Drives, it is perfectly
legal to copy this CD using a software that is made to repair a broken
TOC. Such copies are allowed only if you own the original. Second
generation is not legal.
> Even our U.S. DRM laws allow one copy of digital
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