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Re: copyright?? on library photos

>>The DMCA prohibits gaining unauthorized access to a work by circumventing a 
technological protection measure put in place by the copyright owner where 
such protection measure otherwise effectively controls access to a 
copyrighted work.2 This prohibition on unauthorized access takes effect two 
years after enactment on the DMCA. Over this two year period, the Librarian 
of Congress is to conduct a rulemaking proceeding to determine appropriate 
exceptions to the prohibition>>

This part of the law makes it a crime to even "look" into a copy righted 
object if one has to "break" a code prevents one from seeing the guts of the 
program code. 

Andrew the page you referenced has to do with libraries and other storage 
reference archives.

Try this page.

<A HREF="http://www.loc.gov/copyright/circs/circ1.html">

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