Cellphone unlocking no longer illegal

"What the cellphone unlocking bill does is basically make it clearly lawful once again for consumers to unlock their phones so they can switch providers," says Corynne McSherry, intellectual property director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. "The reason that they needed this law is where things go crazy."

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