The article mentions that US doesn't have a law this reaching, but in the hands of the wrong lawyer, the DMCA IS this far reaching. As I type this, I'm violating the DMCA because I'm running a program in the background that people use to pirate large video collections or MP3 files. (I'm getting Fedora Core 6 via torrent.) Oh, and since I've just given away information to you that you could use bittorrent to download such files, I've violated the DMCA again. Heaven forbid I might tell someone that they could type in a movie name and the word torrent into google to find stuff because then I will have violated the DMCA again.
Now what would happen if I pasted some code (however incomplete) from the imfamous DeCSS program? Even in an un-usable state, I've STILL violated DMCA. The permutations are limited only by the legal fees involved.
k = PosKey[j].occ;
PosKey[j].occ = PosKey[i].occ;
PosKey[i].occ = k;