Unlocking Smartphone's Now Illegal After DMCA Exemption Expires

Library of Congress Copyright Office exemption not renewed for phones under carrier contracts.
0:55 | 01/28/13

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In today's tech minds no more unlocking cell phones modifying your phone to use it on another wireless carrier is now technically a copyright violation but don't worry carriers are more likely to go after those selling unlocked phones. -- -- More and more of -- tracking our health are using personal electronic devices. Over -- for the -- according to pew research and there are almost thirteen thousand health and fitness apps available now. Reviews are good for the role playing game and need no -- wrath of the white which it's a collaboration by a top Japanese animation studio. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's like you're watching I'm animated movie and he really do an excellent job of combining. -- -- -- We -- hand drawn computer graphics it really have a lot of the same look and feel the neo -- is available only for the PlayStation 3 those are -- might have a great Monday I'm rob Nelson.

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