NCTA is speaking out against TiVo’s petition for the FCC to impose regulations on cable ops that the DVR maker says would ensure that consumers can access cable content on retail devices via CableCARDs, with the trade group calling such rules outdated and unnecessary. Read on for NCTA’s comments, as well as positions on the petition from Verizon, Public Knowledge and CEA.

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