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Discussion in 'Legislative and Regulatory Issues' started by phrelin, Sep 10, 2016.
According to the Silicon Valley Mercury News:
Still, it's a start.
In what is clearly game playing, as explained by Ars Technica in Comcast to FCC: Your set-top box plan is illegal:
The question is: "What's the point?" Even CBS Corp. now offers streaming programming without ads, following the other three broadcast nets which offer that on Hulu. Who in 2020 will need a DVR or any other set top box?
And now FCC postpones vote on set-top box rules:
In case you didn't know, from Wikipedia:
I honestly think passing any of this now will be counter productive. Look at DirecTV now stating they want to launch that platform without having to build a box. Industry is going that way anyway...