That you do not see abuses of the DMCA designed to quell critics and hide embarassing speech as an speech-infringing abuse of copyright says a lot about how you think of free speech and copyright.
Oh, and there is only one specific benefit of copyright: A (supposedly) limited monopoly on distribution. The only reason copyright exists is because creators could make works, but could not fully control the distribution of said works to make money. But the intent of copyright was to strike an implicit bargain between the creators and the general public - the creator controls distribution for a period of time, then their work falls into the public domain, where it can be used to expand knowledge and enrich culture for generations to come. That bargain has been destroyed by the lengthening of copyright terms and the subsequent erosion of the public domain.
Think of all the musicians who died in 2016. Assuming copyright terms are not given another extension, we will need to wait until 2086 for the works of David Bowie and Prince to fall into the public domain. Think about that: Rather than automatically becoming public domain (and fuel for new expressions of ideas), those works will remain locked up in copyright until practically everyone who was alive in 2016 is dead. And for what - to help the estates of those artists make more money?
Think about all the works from seventy years ago that could be saved and distributed for future generations were it not for the fact that copyright stops the average person from doing that. Think about how we could use those works to create new works and enrich our current culture. Now think about how we cannot do that - how we cannot save culture, restore culture, build on top of old culture to create new culture - because Disney did not want Mickey Mouse falling into the public domain.
Copyright inherently conflicts with the First Amendment's promise of free expression. To pretend otherwise is to all but deny reality.
So, the judge essentially said that yes, you can copyright not only the expression of ideas but the ideas themselves. So much for the supposed dichotomy between idea and expression. And it's only going to get worse.
Change the imei number to a diffrences phone you own making it appear as a diffrenteam device. IT'S easy and simple to do and is what I have done with no problems. This is completely legal in the US because you are not cloning a devices sim that is protected. TO do this you must know how to use android tools and qualcomm snapdragon tools.
Perhaps they should have just funded this to be the online only offering for the CBS streaming platform since they haven't managed to deliver the promised new Trek project, and might never at this rate. It's not like they are totally ignoring fan feedback about the 'offical' thing & just expect to churn out crap slap the Trek label on it and rake in the cash.... oh wait.
They haven't been able to deliver anything the fan base really got behind, but still managed to make money so once again the idea of ignoring the fanbase who generate income if they make a good product or a shit one means more of the lens flare spectaculars.
You cultivate a fanbase by catering to the established base so they bring more people into the fandom. We don't expect it will always be like the original series, but the fanbase cares more about good stories than if they cast the based on if the actor will let them hit another demographic.
It should say something about them when they have to create a set of "rules" because some dude in his backyard might create something better than they can think up.