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Last fall the FCC approved broadcast flags for digital television, marking a big win for broadcasters. It was only a matter of time before the RIAA would request similar treatment of radio, and according to MindJack, they're already well on their way. Broadcast flags are settings encoded in digital information streams that tell receiving devices what can be done with the stream. For example, a flag could prevent something from being recorded, time-shifted beyond a certain period, or it could modify other access-based policies

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