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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by ptsmith24, Aug 26, 2007.
His YouTube video is here.
I think this is awesome. I just wonder how much AT&T paid to have exclusive rights for this phone.
Obviously too much. Like the article states, unlocking is legal in the U.S. and is inevitable.
But I think hackng the code opens up violations of the DCMA.
But mainly because anything involving technology can get forced into a DMCA case by any moron attorney.
Cell phone hacking was exempted from the DMCA late last year.
Dave Chapelle had one on stage past weekend. I have seen dozens of these around so far. Good idea but AT&T network? hmm, hmm
I hate stupid subsidy locks on phones. Locking should be illegal. Whenever I get a new phone, the first thing I do is connect it to the computer and get the SOB unlocked. I don't like being forced to stick with one single carrier especially if you go out of country, then you would be forced to pay the rediculous international rate.
Service providers = ass pirates
I saw on the news that the kid traded the hacked phone for a new Nissan 350Z.
and several more 8Gb Iphones... +1 FTW
I think he has a sustainable business model
1 hacked Iphone for a 350Z and more Iphones...SCORE
Well they did say he was about to start college, so now we know how he is paying for it, he has the iPhone scholarship.