The Library of Congress determined that consumers should not be allowed to unlock their cell phones. You might remember the decision. We had a thread all about it, and the internet collectively threw a shit fit over the whole ordeal. Well, it looks like some Congressmen agreed with the internet, and they're taking action. Or, at least, they're trying to. Salon So much for being lock-blocked, am I right, fellas? Now, this doesn't mean that anything has changed yet. The bill will have to make its way through both houses of Congress (the Republican controlled House and Democrat controlled Senate). After wading through procedures and committees, it'll also need the President's signature or it's back in Congress' hands. This is a positive sign, but don't take it as a definite just yet. After all, as Mark Twain so famously said, "If pro is the opposite of con, then the opposite of progress must be Congress. Also, bitches ain't shit but hoes and tricks."