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Alan,

> What he says about this is not worth a sheeps fart. Most of the world
> allows reverse engineering for compatibility, full stop.

What the laws say is one thing. What the courts rule, no matter whether it
is in the UK, EU, or the US, is what matters. In my previous post on this
subject, I pointed out that US law provides for that in the DMCA, but the
courts have said that what the lawmakers wrote isn't what they meant...

Matthew

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