"A federal appeals court today cleared the way for a law professor to post previously banned encryption software on the Internet, finding that computer code qualifies as speech protected by the First Amendment."
"A three-judge appellate panel in Cleveland put the matter to rest this morning after finding that computer programming languages are forms of expression that warrant First Amendment protections."
This may open all Linux source code, and anything you may write under QNX -hint hint- to be protected under the 1st.
Could a BIOS "patching mod" flash program be in the works? Downloadable from a browser, into a certian 16MB "drive"?