HAL attendees urged to resist global DMCA

Hackers and security researchers at the international conference watch the Sklyarov Case, and cancel U.S. travel plans

ENSCHEDE, Netherlands--Wearing a shirt emblazoned with a four-letter word, which he hoped would repel the U.S. media, Eric Corley kicked of the Hackers At Large (HAL) 2001 conference today here by urging attendees to fight a European version of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

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