Locked Car. Ink on Paper & Digital, 2013.

For those of you that haven’t heard, it’s illegal again in the United States to independently unlock new cellular phones from their providers. That’s the state of software copyright laws nowadays — stick some code in a device, tell the user that their use of the device constitutes consent to your licensing terms, and you can dictate what they’re allowed to do and not allowed to do with the device from then on. Brilliant!

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    Oh snap.
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