Wired.com reports: "A trio of federal judges lobbed sharp questions on Tuesday at a law school dean who argued it should be legal
to distribute a DVD-descrambling utility.
The judges, from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, spent an hour quizzing attorneys for both sides in Universal Studios v.
Remeirdes et al, a high-profile case that has pitted Hollywood against the open-source community.
The panel of three judges appeared to be more sympathetic to the legal arguments raised by the entertainment industry." Here's another take on the story from CNet.