Apple was none too happy when BlueWiki page OdioWorks hosted conversations on how to have your iPhone work with something other than iTunes, and had sent some legal muscle after the site, who claimed the parties in question violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s (DMCA’s) prohibition on circumventing copy protection measures. Luckily, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has stepped in and is helping OdioWorks fight back, after having the page removed. Good on the site poking around and seeing what could be done with the phone, but honestly, did they think they would get away with looking that deeply at an iPhone in a public forum without getting some attention? On the other hand, Apple could have easily let the issue slide – after all, what harm is there in letting a few Linux hackers tool around the iPhone? If nothing else, they might brick a few in their experiments and have to buy new ones. It’s a tough call at this point, but if OdioWorks wins, it’ll set quite the precedent.