> We included a claim under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). You might wonder what DMCA has to do with open source software. DMCA has two main statutes. Section 1201 is the one which has to do with circumvention, and it is used more frequently of the two statutes. Many people in open-source and free software communities hate this section, for good reason. We are NOT suing under section 1201. Then there's Section 1202, rarely used so far, which forbids providing false copyright management information or removing copyright management information. We believe that Katzer's removal of JMRI copyright notices, author's names, and license terms -- which qualify as copyright management information -- from our machine-readable XML decoder definitions is a violation of Sec. 1202. We believe this section is a great weapon we can use against Katzer to protect our intellectual property rights, so we charged Katzer and his company with a violation of this section. If we succeed, it will allow other open source groups to invoke this section to defend their intellectual property, and to obtain statutory damages and attorneys fees.