Originally, I was going to use this page to post some of the programs I've written, and I may still do that in the future. However, something really great happened recently. A court of appeal in California ruled that, well, in not so many words, source code is protected by the First Amendment. As such, even things like DeCSS, at least while in source code, are protected. Slashdot has an article about this event, and The Register has one, too. Here's my copy of the decision in PDF format.
Here's a nice little quote from the decision:
Wonderful stuff, eh? Plenty of versions of DeCSS can be found at Dr. David S. Touretzky's webpage, located here.
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