I'm not sure you will get many suggestions from this site on how to violate copyright protection.
Except in those 30% of situations where you're trying to do something legal
and that draconian DRM
isn't letting you exercise your rights.
My digital right's don't need "managing"
The fact that we have the constitution (and even within that, the bill of rights
) is an excellent example of why a democracy requires not only laws to say what is illegal
, but laws to spell out what is guaranteed to be legal
. No effective parity exists in the current "digital millenium" laws. Almost everything is illegal, and they're burdoning the courts to interpert common sense legality on a case-by-case basis.