Findlaw reports that Norway is considering a new digital copyright law. The law would make it illegal to decode copy protection on CDs or DVDs, or to provide software for doing so. This would make it illegal to copy the contents of CDs on to MP3 players, but it would remain legal to make copies of CDs and DVDs on to the same medium (i.e. on to another CD or DVD) for personal use.
Gisle Hannemyr, of the University of Oslo's Department of Informatics has condemned the law as being unclear and unenforceable. "We are going to be a nation of lawbreakers if this law is passed in its current form," he has said.
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