> Please, take care of not comparing licenses to legislation.
"Comparing"? Who compared There's no attempt (how could it be effective anyway?) to create legislation to ban DRM on the GPLv3 text. Nor there is any other FSF attempt to turn DRM illegal (if there's so, please be so kind as to tell me what and where). What many free software advocates - including myself - want, is exactly the opposite of what you're saying - and something you seemingly should agree: DRM *shouldn't* be regulated on the law.
Right. I don't think the law should either make it a punishable offense to crack DRM in and of itself, and I don't think the law should make it a punishable offense to create or distribute DRM in and of itself.
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