It's 2:30 p.m. and Roman Kazan and his fiancée huddle on a couch in the entryway of Judge Lewis A. Kaplan's chambers. Kazan is one of three defendants accused of violating copyright law by distributing DeCSS, a piece of software that the Motion Picture Association of America says can, in theory, be used to copy DVDs. Over the next three hours, Kazan's confidence gives way to... More >>>