That's is the subject of FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly's blog this week. O'Reilly says the truth about pirates are they are not cute; they are not filling a niche; they are not innovation test beds; and they are not training grounds for future broadcasters. "If broadcasting were a garden, pirate radio would be poisonous crabgrass. Put another way, pirate radio participants are similar to outlaws who rob a retail store and then sell the stolen inventory online. Everyone should agree that pirate radio stations ? by any definition ? are completely illegal."
(4/10/2015 10:45:38 AM)
Don't you mean "Really incoherent?" Mr. O'Reilly's comments are right on the money. I'll draw another parallel. Pirates are like tax cheats. Oh, wait. That's another thing they already are.
(4/10/2015 9:50:06 AM)
So your solution is to encourage more litigation? Wow... there's a REAL TRAILBLAZER?! Not really. When will this clown offer something, unique and bold, instead of trying to make headlines for tired,old tactics.
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