Back in 2010, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) had won two critical exceptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which made it legal for users to jailbreak and unlock their iPhone.
It didn’t change things much for iPhone users as the cat and mouse game between Apple and the iPhone hacking community has continued, but from a legal point of view they could jailbreak their iPhone without fear of copyright infringement penalties.
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