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December 02, 2004

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Once a radio station has decided to broadcast a show to the public, it would seem to me that anyone capable of receiving the signal is authorized to listen to it. What I want to know is where in the US Code, or any other legal statute for that matter, does it state that our authorization to "access" that broadcast expires?

If they can't point to a statute, I'd say the Skylink ruling applies and we should be able to make archival copies.

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