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Author Topic: UK Digital Debate - Vote for legalisation of ATC feeds in the UK  (Read 5214 times)

Offline MKaibigan

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"Why is it still illegal (due to an antiquated law dating back to 1942) to provide air traffic control feeds from within the U.K. when all other major countries, including the United States and the rest of Europe, allow such activities?"

http://www.google.com/moderator/g/yt/?embed=http://youtube.com/ukelection/#8/e=521b

If you have a YouTube account, please vote for this question to be raised in the digital debate. If nobody knows about the issue, nothing will be done! MPs have failed to represent many constituents pleading for the law to be changed.

This is one of the few chances we have to make a difference.



Cap747

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Re: UK Digital Debate - Vote for legalisation of ATC feeds in the UK
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2010, 03:32:54 PM »
 8-) In the Netherlands for example it is allowed to LISTEN to a scanner (were we hear ATC ect.) but not to take notes of the coversations and or recordings, aswell as passing the information on to a third party.... Though everybody violates that rule  :-D

Offline keefy71

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Re: UK Digital Debate - Vote for legalisation of ATC feeds in the UK
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2010, 09:44:56 AM »
so annoying probably because there are to many old fuddy duddy back benchers that refuse to follow in suit with the rest of the world just look at how long it took to allow departure and arrivals due to volcanic ash