‘If we lose, then what the hell, at least we died trying.’

This (german) article talks about digg.com stopping to censor articles that could lead to legal issues for Digg.com. The problematic article contained some code from an Equadorian blogger that allows to crack HD-DVD content. Of course the film industry wanted to keep that information confidential. Kevin Rose – one of the founders of digg.com – replied on his weblog according to the outrage of the digg.com community – and they decided to risk fighting with BigCo’s that sue digg.com.






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