Supreme Court refuses to let cable companies offer easy way to ...

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The Supreme Court refused Monday to clear the way for cable TV companies to offer their customers a new, easier way to record broadcasts for later viewing--and without needing a video recorder in their homes.

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Jan 12, 2009
 
I think "declined" is a better description than "refused", as the court hasn't actually rendered a decision either way yet.
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they should allow it. end of story. what a waste of tax payer money imo.

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