‘Illegal Number’ Triggers Flood of MPAA Cease-and Desist Letters

Kudos to Digg and its founder Kevin Rose for standing up to Hollywood censorship by eventually refusing to delete news stories that contain what the MPAA considers to be an “illegal number”. A particular hex number unlocks the encryption code for High Density DVD, and reminescent of 1999, when Norwegian teen Jon Johansen posted the encryption code for DVDs, Hollywood is again on a rampage threatening journalists, computer scientists, and ordinary citizens who publish the illicit number online. The “illegal number” was “dug” and became wildly popular by consumers on Digg. The outlaw number was published in a song, among other creative readings.

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