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Thursday, January 13, 2011

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Grainne

Thanks these monthly fees are key. I hope this issue comes up at the haneirgs. I hope that digital televisions are cheap enough that it will make sense to get a basic one and go on getting OTA television.

Matt Schutz

Love it! The browser/device signature can be spoofed also I believe. After thinking about it a while I don't really see any better way to detect what type of browser/device is accessing your site. Obviously this isn't an easy mainstream user's hack, but I'm sure it'll make its way around. How else can Hulu prevent them from accessing their site?

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