BBC: "A Russian software programmer and his Moscow-based employer
have pleaded not guilty of violating a controversial US copyright law.
Dmitry Sklyarov and the Elcomsoft company are charged with
selling and conspiring to sell technology that allowed readers to
bypass certain restrictions imposed by electronic-book publishers.
He was formally arraigned on Thursday after negotiations to reach a
plea bargain broke down. He is free on $50,000 bail, but must stay
in northern California." (ed. note: nice picture of Dmitry.)