Circumvention

  • (noun): The act of evading by going around.

Some articles on circumvention:

Lexmark Int'l V. Static Control Components - The Appellate Ruling - Concurring Opinion
... of copyright protection), the key question would be the purpose of the circumvention technology ... if a third party manufacturer's use of a circumvention technology was intended only to allow its products to interoperate with another manufacturer's—and not to gain any independent benefit from the ...
FAIR USE Act
... or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA ... Boucher emphasized that the bill would not make circumvention an act of fair use, but would instead redefine which acts qualify as permissible circumvention, stating that “The ...
FAIR USE Act - Provisions - Section 3: DMCA Amendments
... Section 3 first codifies the set of circumvention exemptions granted by the Librarian of Congress as part of the 2006 DMCA rule making process. 3 also amends the DMCA to add exceptions for six types of circumvention ... Circumvention by libraries and archives, to skip objectionable content, to transmit over a personal network, to gain access to public domain works, for public interest work and research, and for ...
Duopoly (broadcasting) - In The United States - Circumvention
... In some cases, the use of an adjacent-market city of license has been used on a secondary station to avoid a limit on the number of stations controlled by the same broadcaster in the same market ... Occasionally, those arrangements cross international borders ...