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"You could make it bloody sing the national anthem, for crying out loud," says Chris Roberts, a managing director for Denver-based electronic forensics firm Cyposis and part-time calculator hobbyist. "There's no logical reason as to why you should do this besides it's there." ...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that advocates for the free exchange of information online, is representing three other calculator enthusiasts who were sent cease-and-desist emails from Texas Instruments after they repeated or linked to details of Mr. Moody's breakthrough.

Monday, November 16, 2009
Wall Street Journal
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