(for matt0210): It's actually DMCA, but it doesn't really matter. It will soon be overshadowed by the IPPA (Intellectual Property Protection Act of 2006) submitted to the Senate by Lamar Alexander (R-Tx). If interpreted literally, it would render you a criminal for disclosing the existence of, or attempting the removal of, a rootkit used within a legitimate software product (i.e. Sony's DRM stupidity). Oh yes people: America knows how to make stupid into stupider.