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42 Ways to Distribute DeCSS
- 42 funny ways to distribute the famous DVD descrambler, including Quake, HTTP cookies, MPEG movies and DNS queries.
AfterDawn.com: DVD Rippers
- Reviews and downloads of various DVD ripping applications such as DVDRip and DeCSS.
Bullies without a Clue -- DVD and MP3 Censorship
- Not only to the greedy music and movie industries hurt all of us with their attacks on Internet music and video, but they even hurt themselves.
Cryptanalysis of Contents Scrambling System
- A paper which shows that CSS encryption has weaknesses which make it rapidly breakable even without knowledge of any hardware keys, and describes algorithms to do so.
DVD Digest - DVD Ripping Guide
- A guide on how to break the CSS encryption on DVDs.
- Fighting to keep PC-DVD available to the public. Code and binaries for various DVD decoders available for download.
- Everything you need to know about making copies of your DVD.
DeCSS Central: HAL2001 Speech
- Cogent presentation about the history of CSS and DeCSS and the issues involved.
DeCSS Critics, Join the Crowd!
- Just to put the whole effort to stop Napster, mp3, and DVD decoding into perspective, here is a quick list of their companions in history...
DeCSS for Linux and DVD
- Information about and links to various encryption and decryption tools.
Gallery of CSS Descramblers
- If DeCSS code is illegal in the USA, but text is protected, where do you draw the line? A gallery of exhibits of the descrambling algorithm from code through plain English to graphic images.
In Defense of Free Speech on the Internet
- The Global Internet Liberty Campaign member statement opposing the efforts by the DVD-CAA to censor websites worldwide. Signed by more than fifty global civil liberties organizations.
Linux DVD, DeCSS sources and DeCSS mirror list
- A list of the many places worldwide where you can obtain DeCSS, which will allow the decryption of DVDs.
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (2000)
- A summary of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), passed in the UK in July 2000.
Salon: DeCSS judge: Code isn't free speech
- MPAA president Jack Valenti cheers the decision. Next stop: Appeals court. By Damien Cave.
Ultimate DVD Ripping Resource Site, The
- News, information and resources about ripping DVDs.
Wired: DeCSS Allies Ganging Up
- A federal court decision that restricted a DVD-descrambling program ignores free speech rights and should be overturned, eight different coalitions claim. By Declan McCullagh.
ZDNet: Web War Rages Over DVD Cracking Site
- In a move that free-speech activists hope will be trendsetting, Internet service provider Verio is standing up to the movie industry by refusing to remove a Web site the Motion Picture Association of America says is illegal.
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