Bill Legalizing Phone Unlocking Moves Forward


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The Republican-led House of Representatives passed a bill this week to once again legalize the unlocking of cell phones for use with multiple carriers, but the bill’s future is far from certain thanks to a controversial provision meant to protect carriers’ profits.

The process of unlocking phones used to be legal. It was considered an exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which makes it illegal to circumvent software designed to protect copyrighted material. The exemption makes sense, as phone unlocking is a “noninfringing use” – the process has nothing to do with copyright. That changed in late 2012, when the Librarian of Congress revoked the exemption at the behest of carriers, making unlocking your own phone illegal.

If passed by the Senate and signed by President Obama, H.R. 1123 would once again make it legal to unlock your own phone or have a carrier do…

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One thought on “Bill Legalizing Phone Unlocking Moves Forward

  1. ÅŸeyda diyor ki:ya ben sevgilimin doÄŸum günü için hediye ararken buldum sayfanızı.. gerçekten çok etkilendim.. 4 haziran doÄŸum günü ve gerçekten dßi¼Ã¼nebÅlirim bu kitap iÅŸini.. sadece merak ediyorum kitap kapağında deÄŸiÅŸik bi ÅŸekilde benim resmimi yada sevgilimin resmini koyma gibi bir ÅŸansınız var mı? ve kitapta doÄŸum gününü kutlamak için yazılan sözler bulunabilir mi ?

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