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FCC Shouldn't Force Gov't-Approved Design for Set-Top Cable and Satellite Boxes

Last night, like many nights, our family experienced what more and more American families experience when it comes to video entertainment at home:  option overload.  Not that this is a bad thing, of course.  Who wants to return to the days of three major networks dictating the limited number of things we can watch?  Today we enjoy a wealth of options unimaginable even five years ago.

Despite our ever-increasing wealth of options, some continue to ignore reality and push for government-imposed regulations that will only interrupt continued innovation and future choice for consumers.

Namely, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears to be revisiting an embarrassing chapter in its regulatory past to force a government-approved design for the set-top boxes that allow cable…[more]

October 07, 2015 • 08:40 am
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