…Crippen suffered a devastating blow to his defense last week when the judge prohibited the defendant from raising a “fair use” defense. He had hoped to argue to jurors that it was legal to hack the consoles because the modification had non-infringing purposes, like allowing the machines to run homebrew software, or permitting limited fair use of copyright material. The judge ruled that such a defense is not permitted by the DMCA.
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