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The "broadcast flag" (was: Re: [dvd-discuss] More entertainment.)
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- Subject: The "broadcast flag" (was: Re: [dvd-discuss] More entertainment.)
- From: Seth David Schoen <schoen(at)loyalty.org>
- Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 20:24:40 -0800
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Michael A Rolenz writes:
> He's just showing his true agenda
> "What needs to happen is we all sit down
> together in good-faith negotiations and come to some
> conclusions on how we can construct a broadcast flag (for
> keeping digital TV content off the Internet), "
We've been following the "broadcast flag" idea since November.
It will be very hard to prevent this legislative proposal from
succeeding when so many powerful industries are behind it. It's a
narrow mandate which is likely to be a part of the "compromise"
Here's our news site about it:
Seth David Schoen <email@example.com> | Reading is a right, not a feature!
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