Could singing fish novelties be hooked by a proposed law requiring anti-copying technology in digital devices?
Princeton professor Ed Felten thinks so.
The computer scientist has launched a site, called Fritz’s Hit List, that points out devices that could be forced to carry anti-copying technology if Sen. Fritz Hollings’, D-S.C., Consumer Broadband and Digital Television Promotion Act (CBDTPA) passes. The bill, which is designed to thwart piracy, would restrict digital products that don’t carry government-approved security technology.
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Well, there go my evil plans to pirate “Take Me to the River” from Big Mouth Billy Bass…