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Posted 12 May 2005 - 10:27 AM

"Television audiences, whether they subscribe to cable or satellite service or not, are benefiting from the higher quality picture of digital programming," said MPAA President Dan Glickman. "If the broadcast flag cannot be used, program providers will have to weigh whether the risk of theft is too great over free, off-air broadcasting." By Jay Lyman TechNewsWorld 05/09/05 11:37 AM PT A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against the Federal Communication Commission's requirement of broadcast flag anti-piracy technology may give consumers more control over how they watch and record broadcast content, including digital television. That programming may be limited, however, because of content providers' concern over piracy.
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