Anyone that’s been talking to me when TV has come up knows that I love my TiVo. But my love for the machine pales in comparison to many. Those who take their TiVos apart to look around inside, add hard drives or network cards to them, enable features that are disabled to the normal user, and so on. Recently, some software was released that allows a person to transfer a video file saved on the TiVo to a computer. This has opened up a whole can of worms. Here is a good (and enjoyable) article describing TiVo, how the situation has come about, what may happen and more. Now tell me what you think.
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