Read this: BBC introduces CBBC iPlayer, plus beta Mac and Linux downloads |Media |guardian.co.uk
Summary: The BBC has already set up a password-protected parental guidance lock that prevents children watching unsuitable on the standard iPlayer. It was just over one year ago, on 13 December 2007, that the BBC introduced an expanded version of the web TV catch up service that offered programmes via streaming rather than downloading. The BBC Trust had decided that the iPlayer should be limited to downloads within seven days of broadcast that could be watched for up to 30 days, which meant that digital rights management had to be used to control downloaded content. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: BBC introduces CBBC iPlayer, plus beta M…
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