I am copying the following post from Geeknewscentral.com because it is important if you don’t want the recording industry controlling what technology you use and what you hear.
The RIAA trying to reduce the quality of future Radio Reception
CALL TO ACTION
The RIAA has decided that the makers of next generation of Digital Radio Receivers need to legislated so that you will not copy music that is being broadcast over the digital airways.
They are asking congress to build restrictions into these digital players so that they cannot have material copied out of them and also to reduce the quality of the music.
From the EFF “In other words, the music industry is basically saying that, where recording from next-generation radio is concerned, government must step in and freeze innovation to ensure that you can never do anything that you couldn’t do with an analog cassette deck in 1984. This, despite the fact that Congress specifically approved of digital recording off the radio in the Audio Home Recording Act in 1992. So this is about stopping music fans from doing things that are perfectly legal under copyright law.”