It also creates new protections for creators, who can decide to use digital locks to restrict access to their work.
The saddest thing is that there are
probably people who think that they are protecting the creators
by outlawing drm stripping. No idea what their actual thought process is, if any.
In any case, they can't really enter your house or look at your readers and say: "Aha! You bought this as a kindle book and now you read it on your sony! Busted!" Or can they?