thesman writes "As we can see in The Register's article: 'A Spanish judge has ruled that modifications to games consoles to allow them to play DVDs and games from other countries 'are not illegal' in Spain'." According to the article, "the ruling comes after the Guardia Civil charged Barcelona video games shop Innovagames", and it's explained: "The judge noted that such modifications 'might constitute a crime against the intellectual property of the equipment manufacturers', but he concluded that there is a legal loophole in the 'Ley de Propiedad Intelectual' (Intellectual Property Law) which means that they are, by default, legal."
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