DVD Codes Not Free Speech, Calif. Court Rules

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http://www.bayarea.com/mld/mercurynews/news/local/6614685.htm The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that courts may block Internet users from posting codes to illegally copy DVD movies, in a case that pitted trade secret rights against free speech, the Associated Press reports. The justices did not resolve whether the code was in fact a trade secret, leaving that for a lower court to determine. They did rule, however, that they would not tolerate the posting of legitimate trade secrets online and reversed a . . .

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