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Submission + - Some 13 years after the DeCSS case, Congressional IT endorses VLC (project-disco.org)

robp writes: After a link to VLC showed up in one of HBO's DMCA takedown requests, I recalled how often I've linked to VLC in my own copy, and how often I've seen that app noted across traditional-media outlets--even though you could make the same arguments against linking to it that Judge Kaplan bought in 2000. Now, though, even the House's own IT department not only links to this CSS-circumventing app but endorses it. Question is, what led to this enlightenment?
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Some 13 years after the DeCSS case, Congressional IT endorses VLC

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