Mine (Ford Focus) can play music from my phone two different ways. I can connect over USB and it recognizes the phone as a music player, or I can connect over Bluetooth and whatever audio is playing on my phone gets redirected to the car stereo.
Wow, I remember that song. back when it came out, all the radio stations played it zillions of times. Not quite as ridiculously over-played as that horrible thing from Titanic, but... yeah.
Despite that, between the singer's tendency to mumble and the intelligible parts being a big jumble of word salad, no matter how many times I heard it I never did attain the slightest idea of what the song is actually about, beyond "gimme your heart, make it real, or else forget about it."
There we have it, folks, the DMCA in all its glory, working as designed.
There's a reason why, in any other context, the law requires the accused to be treated as innocent until proven guilty. Look at the long history of DMCA takedowns being used for censorship (as designed!) to see what happens when we turn that important piece of jurisprudence on its head.
This is why we need to repeal the DCMA and replace it with something sane.
Among other things, L# enables its users to abuse LoL by allowing them to, for example, see hidden information
There's your trouble right there.
The #1 rule of any public-facing client/server system: never trust the user! If the client has information that the player should not be able to see, you're doing it wrong, so don't complain when they make use of the information you gave them. It's your own fault.
Unfortunately, Sci-Hub supporters invoke academic freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of scientific inquiry, and encouraging universal access to the results of scientific research to justify the theft of intellectual property. Such rationalizations do not in my opinion justify providing public encouragement for unquestionably illegal activity to institutions and the scholarly communication system.
Intellectual property is not the point of copyright; it's the mechanism of copyright, the means it uses to accomplish its purpose, which is to encourage people to create useful things and bring them to the public domain.
When a mechanism starts doing things that run counter to its purpose, we declare it "broken" and either throw it out or take it to a specialist to repair it.
Still, AT&T consistently gets to pay settlements that are likely only a small fraction of the money collected over the years,
...which is why it keeps happening. This is why we need to pass the Crime Does Not Pay Act: Any company found to have profited from illegal business dealings must be fined a minimum of 100% of the gross revenue received from said illegal activity.