Frank just read in a German magazine that Windows itself might be in violation of the DMCA. This is classic. Earlier this month a college student pointed out that you could defeate (er, circumvent) the copy protection built in to some CDs by SunComm by pressing the shift key. That’s right, lots and lots of DRM out the door just by pressing the shift key when you insert the CD.
It follows that Windows is a tool that circumvents copy protection technology. It is then in violation of the DMCA because it is a copy protection circumvention device. How classic is that?