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TiVo fights for TiVo To Go

Peter Rojas
07.22.04
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TiVo, which has lived in fear of the TV networks and movie studios for way too long, is finally standing up for itself. Both the Motion Picture Association of America and the National Football League are trying to get the FCC to stop TiVo from implementing TiVo To Go, a new service which would let TiVo users copy their shows to a PC or share them with a couple of friends. TiVo is fighting back, saying that they've taken sufficient steps to prevent people from making copies and swapping shows online, but it's ridiculous that they should even have to get the FCC's certified approval for this in the first place. 

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