Today on Fritz’s Hit List: cockpit voice recorders.
These devices, which are part of an airplane’s “black box,” record the sounds audible in an plane’s cockpit, for forensic use in case of an accident. Newer recorders use digital storage, so they qualify for regulation as “digital media devices” under the Hollings CBDTPA. If the CBDTPA passes, any newly manufactured cockpit voice recorders will have to incorporate government-approved copy restriction technology.
Fight piracy – regulate cockpit voice recorders!
[Thanks to Eric Bragg for suggesting this item.]