|Re: What Happened To Channel 1|
|Dan Lanciani (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Mon, 28 Mar 2005 01:21:17 EST
email@example.com (Tony P.) wrote:|
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com-
>>> firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony P.) wrote:
>>>> Sort of how the FCC has pretty much admitted that anyone with a
>>> I think you've mentioned this before, but what does it mean? The
>> *Somewhere* in the TV set, the signal has to get decrypted, before it
>> Thus there *is* a "cleartext" signal running around inside the box.
>> Thus, someone with a reasonable amount of skill can 'tap' the cleartext
>> And there's always the "idiot method"-just point a camcorder at the TV.
> Thank you for that. Of course it runs clear somewhere in the set -- all
Except that (according to the original proposal) it won't run in the
> Funny you mention the camcorder. A coworker and I are geeks to the nth
Except that that has nothing to do with defeating the broadcast flag.
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