A U.S. federal appeals court yesterday overturned a lower court decision that Cablevision's plans to offer a network-based PVR violate U.S. copyright law. Bill C-61 explicitly prohibits the development of such a service in Canada.
U.S. Court Rules in Favor of Cablevision DVR
August 5, 2008
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‘Cloud’ification of your content
I’m surprised no one has commented on the potential wider ramifications and that this opens the way to the ‘Cloud’ification of your entertainment content.
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