Cornucopia wrote: »
This is what they've announced today:-
- The Licence Fee will be extended to cover "catch-up services for public service broadcasters". I take this to mean BBC1 & 2, ITV1, C4 and Five. Although this makes a certain amount of sense from a regulatory viewpoint, in practice it is a hugely messy compromise which could see C4 programs requiring a Licence and E4 programs not (who knows what will happen to programs that appear on the main channel and are repeated on a non-PSB offshoot channel).
Greytopp wrote: »
Just a quick question, probably a stupid one too.
If I set up my TV to delay ALL TV signals into my home by say 3 seconds, would I still have to pay for a TV licence. After all I am not watching any live TV at all.
strangecloud wrote: »
I have no licence. I watch live tv, at my sister's. She has a licence. If I watch live tv on my sister's phone outside do I need a licence? What if my sister watches live tv at my house on her mobile, or in the garden?
pineapple wrote: »
Say you watch live TV on your computer - I used to do this if a storm took out my satellite signal - the only way they would know (apart from you telling them) are:
a) equipment that would detect this
b) contacting your ISP
c) a forensic examination of your computer
How likely is either scenario?
For the record I have a TV and a licence!
cw18 wrote: »
My understanding (and I will be happy to be corrected if I've misread) is that you wouldn't be covered off her property as your home doesn't have a licence. If my OH wants to check anything via his tablet at my house /we work on the basis it's safest for us to be in different rooms so that I can't be accused of watching it.
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