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Abbreviation for:
Canadian Stroke Scale
cancer-specific survival
carotid sinus stimulation
carotid sinus syndrome
cascading style sheets (Medspeak-UK)
cause-specific survival
cavernous sinus syndrome
Certificate of Satisfactory Service (Medspeak-UK)
chewing, sucking, swallowing
Children’s Social Services (Medspeak-UK)
Chinese Stroke Scale
chronic sinusitis survey
Churg-Strauss syndrome
clinical support system
community support services
cultured skin substitutes
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Many websites began providing highly detailed information about the DMCA, DeCSS, and copyright history, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco-based organization dedicated to defending digital rights, launched a "Free Jon Johansen" campaign.
If lots of people distribute DeCSS on their Web sites, on Usenet newsgroups, by email, or whatever, it'll provide a convenient layer of fog over the other DeCSS.
sued under state laws governing trade secrets, claiming DeCSS revealed the "digital keys" used to scramble DVD movies.
In their brief, however, the professors argue that, whatever else DeCSS may be, the source code is a form of expressive speech.
Banning the publication of the DeCSS course code, they therefore assert, is tantamount to banning any other form of speech, which is prohibited by the First Amendment.
Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, it's illegal to distribute any service or device that circumvents encryption used to control access to copyrighted material, and there's little question that that's what DeCSS does.
Any injunction that doesn't decisively ban DeCSS is at least a partial victory for the defense.
In its petition to the court, the MPAA member companies noted that although Corley is no longer directly posting DeCSS on his Web site, www.
One of the most contentious issues at trial is just how much of a threat DeCSS presents.
Johansen was among the first to post DeCSS and his dad hosted the Web pages.
com Web site that posted links to DeCSS -- the software program that defeats copyright protection codes built into DVD software -- the normally loquacious head of the MPAA answered "I don't know" 62 times in response to questions regarding piracy of DVDs using DeCSS.
In the DeCSS case, for instance, the MPAA also went after anyone who merely included a link on their Web site to one of the sites posting the DeCSS program, drawing fire from academic, educational and civil liberties groups.