ICYMI: FBI looking into LA fiber cuts, Super Bowl

bzs at theworld.com bzs at theworld.com
Thu Jan 21 18:03:44 UTC 2016

On January 20, 2016 at 23:56 Matthew.Black at csulb.edu (Matthew Black) wrote:
 > Enclosed stadiums won't have to worry about remote drones until they get smart enough to open doors on their own. Not sure why the NFL gets uptight about unauthorized recording. Most sporting events have little value once the event is over.

Control. Which might include contractual obligations like against
showing some big-shot coach or player picking his nose or crying or
whatever (tho spitting seems ok even on artificial turf yuck!),
upskirts, whatever. Maybe certain people in attendance particularly in
the expensive boxes don't want to be shown (e.g., with their, um,
girlfriends), etc etc etc.

At least some money would be in bloopers or scandals.

        -Barry Shein

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