March 13, 2003
Major League Baseball Will Webcast Games

But anyone in close proximity to a game (and therefore, within local range and lucrative TV rights), will have the system blocked. Anyone caught circumventing will be fined $100 on their credit card. Monitoring will be done with Quova technology, matching IP addresses and billing zip codes, but the chief exec of Internet baseball, Bob Bowman says: "I don't ever underestimate the scientific capability of 16-year-old high school students."

Posted by Mary Hodder at March 13, 2003 07:21 AM
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