The Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Iphone: An Unnecessary Proceeding

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The article presents an overview of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and the iPhone in the U.S. It sets forth reasons of the inapplicability of arguments concerning the jailbreaking of the iPhone by Apple Inc. and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). It argues that the exemption of the anticircumvention software for Apple is unwarranted and unnecessary as established by the Sixth Circuit in the case of Lexmark v. Static Control.

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  • Scott D. Swanson

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