iPhone, Galaxy S III, BlackBerry unlocking should be allowed, Obama administration says
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The Obama administration said consumers should be allowed to unlock smartphones and tablet computers without risking criminal penalties, siding with critics of a ruling from the U.S. Library of Congress.
More than 114,000 people endorsed an Internet petition to rescind a decision by the library that took effect in January. “The White House agrees,” R. David Edelman, senior adviser for Internet,...