Anyone surprised?

I am kinda ambiguous on the issue of Apple.

On one hand, they dropped DRM from iTunes, built a great computer I am using, and helped me out for free when it stopped working. On the other hand, they want to make reverse-engineering of their iPhone a criminal offense punishable by up to $2500 US per instance and up to five years in jail.

Not nice, Apple. Not nice.

EFF has set up a site about this issue, called Free Your Phone. Go check it out.

Via Consumerist