Originally Posted by pdurrant
Of course, anyone actually selling DRM removal software in Canada is now subject to a fine of up to $1million and/or up to five years in prison.
Is it a only a violation to SELL, or give it away free, too?
Because if even free distribution is a violation, this could really be a boon to the Canadian economy:
Millions of people want the tools, but can't get them from others.
They pump money into the economy to go to school to learn computer science and programming, write their own tools, and in process become valuable skilled workers to grow the economy even more!