Circumvention in 16 Bytes

See this 16-byte hex string:

09 F9 11 02 9D 74 E3 5B D8 41 56 C5 63 56 88 C0

It an HD-DVD processing key. It's a code that allows software to unlock the content on an HD-DVD. With this code (and the right software) you can do forbidden and illicit things, like watch a movie you bought on your Linux workstation.

The industry is not pleased and is trying to get this information suppressed. They say that under the DMCA, those 16 bytes should be suppressed as an illegal circumvention device.

Their effort is absurd. Even more, it's not working.

Doest this stupidity remind anybody else of the old export-a-crypto-system one line perl script?

Update: Ed Felten wonders how an industry that has failed to suppress the copying of multi-gigabyte files could possibly believe they could succeed at suppressing a 16 byte string.