Some people like commercials!
Any way to turn that feature off? Is it on by default?
I wonder if this is a kind of copyright violation. "Time-shifting" doesn't edit the content, but this does. A good counter-argument is that changing channels is not a copyright violation. Makes me think of that ridiculous lawsuit against the DVD-player that could censor objectionable scenes.
Anyways, it's a great feature for consumers, similar to AdBlock on a web browser. However, I will be sad if my nice over-the-air broadcasts are changed because of other people's DVR features.
KrKHeavy Artillery For The Little GuyPremium
It doesn't edit the content.
It records the whole show, including commercials. You can turn the feature off and on at will, thereby watching the full recording if you wish. No editing or modification of the content is performed.
"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power." -- Benito Mussolini
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I might pay for baseball and football ONLY. Any money that would go for the other stuff like movies, sitcoms, etc. would go to PBS OTA.