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2600 Magazine Seeks Another Opinion In N.Y. DeCSS Case
Kathleen Sullivan, the Stanford University Law School dean who argued on 2600's behalf in front of the appeals-court panel last spring, said today that prohibitions that keep the magazine from publishing DVD-decryption software known as DeCSS on its Web site jeopardize free speech principles with "newly minted distinctions between pen-and-ink and point-and-click."
Despite high-profile help from Sullivan and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), 2600 and its publisher, Eric Corley, are today still unable to show the source code for DeCSS online or even post links to Web sites where that software is available.
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