Well, not here. Here.
If you don’t like the idea of the AACS being the only organisation that owns a number, now you can have your own. And you, too, can demand that people remove your number from their website, thanks to the DMCA!
This is how it works: by visiting the page linked to above, created by Edward W. Felten, you will be assigned a unique, 128-bit integer number. That number is used to encrypt a haiku written by the author of the page, becoming, then, a circumvention device as defined by the DMCA. All rights are transferred to you, and thus you become the legal owner of a number. Or so goes the movie industry’s thinking.
My number is F9 21 B7 FD DD BE 56 91 92 13 63 FD 4A 2C A5 E7, but it’s illegal for you to know this, even if I’m the one telling you.