Library of Congress issues limited exemptions to DMCA anti-circumvention provisions but leaves users without full control over their own computing

On October 27th, 2015, the Library of Congress published its list of
exemptions to the DMCA, denying many of the proposed exemptions and
modifying or limiting others. Because of this, users of a wide variety
of software and devices, such as ebook readers and video game
consoles, still do not have the right to control their own computing. Even for the
areas where the exemptions permit users some additional control, they
do not permit sharing of methods for obtaining it, and last only three years.