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5-07-2008 @ 8:51AM
The primary effect of the DMCA is to make code into law. If you're doing something that the code doesn't allow you to do, you're circumventing the code, and therefore automatically breaking the law.This will most likely be their core argument, but it's weak. It's weak because there's nothing to circumvent; the game is plainly in memory, and Glider manipulates it in the same way a player would. Now, just to clarify, Glider isn't a player, but to a computer there's no difference, and therefore there's no circumvention and no real DMCA claim.But, IANAL, so take that with a grain of salt.
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