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Case Studies Notes 08:42 Digital Rights Management Copyright Protection of Digital Television: The Broadcast Video Flag DTV o Digital Television 3 Major Components 1. Digital Programming must be available Content assembled with cameras 2. Digital Programming must be delivered via a digital signal 3. Consumers must have digital television equipment capable of  receiving digital signal and displaying digital programming Copying on VHS lowers quality, DVD has no limit Broadcast Video Flag o Stop redistribution of content broadcast Analog spectrum be given to FCC o All devices have content protection and flag when distribution is limited TiVo and DVD players FCC Authority o Digital Television Implementation Under the Telecommunications Act of  1996 All new TVs need to add this protection
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o Copyright Protection this decision is not intended to alter the defenses and penalties  applicable in cases of copyright infringement, circumvention, or other  applicable laws Possible Implications of Broadcast Video Flag o Consumers can’t record a show for later Student can’t watch email a show back to himself o New technology is limited, holding back new innovation such as in new  computer hardware o Limit the free speech of the First Amendment Legal Implications of Broadcast Video Flag
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