Danish DRM Breaker Turns Himself In To Test Backup Law

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The Danish anti-piracy Antipiratgruppen didn’t want anything to do with. It’s not too far fetched to think that the police won’t do anything either.

It’s much easier if no one has to decide between the two laws. The Danish law that gives individuals the right to make non-commercial backups and the DRM law that makes it illegal to decrypt the content of a DVD, something that is needed to make a backup copy.

The guy’s home page is here En Frustreret Forbruger.