Originally Posted by HarryT
Wikipedia's article on the DMCA disagrees with you, Jon:
The text which I've emphasized appears to say that removal of DRM is illegal, even when no infringement of copyright is involved.
Originally Posted by rlauzon
"The DMCA's anti-circumvention provisions don't prohibit the mere possession or use of
a section 1201(b)(1) circumvention technology (copy controls), so it's legal to use AEBPR in a non-infringing way. Paradoxically, although it is legal for people to bypass these controls and exercise fair use rights, the provision of them is illegal under Section 1201."
See the EFF page on this topic.
I did take a look at the link and this is correct.