The people who put out Make magazine are well aware that you could use the information in it to break the law, void your warranty, violate a user agreement, fry a circuit, blow a fuse or poke an eye out. “Technology, the laws, and limitations imposed by manufacturers and content owners are constantly changing,” an editor’s note warns. “Thus, some of the projects described may not work, may be inconsistent with current laws or user agreements or may damage or adversely affect some equipment. Your safety is your own responsibility, including proper use of equipment and safety gear, and determining whether you have adequate skill and experience.” Link.
Magazine’s Rebellious Credo: Void the Warranty!