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Jonakwan:
Hi everyone,

I want to introduce all of you to a website that I found online. It's called Global Tuners. ( If you can set up more receivers mostly in Europe (more instructions will be provided once your have set up your account), then it will be appreciated.

My user account name is a29afa2013d8008a.

You can contact me anytime in Global Tuners via this link. http://webchat.kwaaknet.org/?c=GlobalTuners&n=a29afa2013d8008a
It's under the links section on Global Tuners. Titled "Global Chat"

"You will need to sign up in order to tune receivers that are online and to use the Global Chat.

I would highly recommend this to anyone who plans to operate a receiver in Europe and around the world.

Thanks.
Jona Kwan

MIAMIATC:
I like the ability to tune to whatever frequency you desire.  Its kinda stagnant there as well and no real new additions have been made or will. It seems to me the ATC MONITORING Hobby isn't like it used to be anymore and the advent of CPDLC is  going to curtail our hobby even more as it is added to enroute centers in the near future.

I am MIAMIATC over there

tyketto:

I was actually about to post about this site getting into some potential trouble because of the sites in the UK and them being privy to the British Telephony Act of 1949, which prohibited the rebroadcasting of any ATC communications (let alone any broadcasts in general) due to the fact that the person rebroadcasting it isn't the intended recipient of the broadcast...

... Until I read that the entire act has been repealed and subsequent laws doing the equivalent have also been repealed!!

So that brings up the question... if those laws have been repealed, should it not be safe to have a feed hosted in the UK? If there are any British here, could you speak up about this?

BL.

MIAMIATC:
Tyketto another site that is almost like GlobalTuners is

WWW.REMOTEHAMS.COM

You actually have to ask to be allowed to tune their radios (for th most part is doesnt happen)

However if you get to talk to the owner of a specific radio you can ask nicely to be allowed access to the radio and they are more than happy to oblige .

dave:

--- Quote from: tyketto on November 30, 2018, 12:56:06 AM ---
...Until I read that the entire act has been repealed and subsequent laws doing the equivalent have also been repealed!!

So that brings up the question... if those laws have been repealed, should it not be safe to have a feed hosted in the UK? If there are any British here, could you speak up about this?

BL.

--- End quote ---

Hi BL...hope all is well...what is your source? That law was repealed and then replaced by other telecom laws later on, and granting broad powers to OfCom, among other things. No changes that I am aware of, unless your source is very new.

Dave


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