Another example of doing it right (I’m surprised at how positive I’m being on this blog so far!) Cory Doctorow writes:
India’s new copyright bill sounds like a pretty good piece of work: it declares private, personal copying to be “fair dealing” (like US fair use) and limits the prohibition on breaking DRM so that it’s only illegal to do so if you’re also violating copyright. That means that you can break the DRM on your iPad to move your books to your Kindle or vice-versa. It also makes it legal to make, distribute and sell tools to accomplish this.