The author explores the convergences between technology and information in the critical area of computer programs and the DMCA. Examining recent attempts to raise protected access control measures under the DMCA to non-communication related content, he demonstrates that not all fears of unlimited expansion of copyright are justified. To the contrary, courts are showing a remarkable sensitivity to the problem.
Dennis S. Karjala, Access To Computer Programs Under The DMCA, 25 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 641 (2008)