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Church phone systems vulnerable to costly hacking

Most churches with multiline small-business phone systems are unaware of the potential for their phones to be hacked by international criminals. This can be a very costly problem, as we discovered when our phone system was hacked over a weekend from outside and used to...

source: By Robert C. Foreman
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A new Government Accountability Office report chronicles the on-air ad campaign battle between broadcasters and the wireless industry over spectrum, but makes no recommendations about how broadcasters do or not disclose ads aired in their own interest.

source: Broadcasting & Cable

The Wi-Fi Alliance has introduced a set "Passpoint" certification features that will help Wi-Fi networks tack on properties that make them behave more like cellular networks. Passpoint, a program launched in 2012 that has received input from the cable industry, aims to simplify...

source: Multichannel News

The National Religious Broadcasters has asked the FCC not to open a proceeding on whether broadcasters use of the term Redskins is "hate" speech. That came in response to a petition by legal activist John Banzhaf to deny Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder's license to...

source: Broadcasting & Cable

Of all television operators, LPTV and TV translator licensees have faced the greatest uncertainties as the anticipated repacking of the TV band has begun to loom. That's because the FCC’s repacking plans thus far have disregarded LPTVs and translators. As a result,...

source: CommLawBlog

Recently, the FCC released a Public Notice stating that "[e]ffective immediately, the expiration dates and construction deadlines for all outstanding unexpired construction permits for new digital low power television (LPTV)...

source: Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

The effort to embed and activate FM chips in smartphones and other mobile devices is now a coordinated effort between proponents in the U.S., Europe and Australia. The BBC announced the coalition for the "Universal Smartphone Project," which includes commercial broadcasters...

source: Radio World


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