ACA opposes required encryption; Lightsquared knocked by fed report

Cable news from across the Web:

@FierceCable RT @CableGuy85: Boston, host to The Cable Show 2012, is one of the most wired cities in the nation. Article | Follow @FierceCable

> The American Cable Association says small cable TV operators could be harmed if forced to encrypt their basic tiers. Filing (PDF)

> Federal report says Lightsquared's network will interfere with majority of GPS systems. Lightsquared disagrees. Article

> Charter Communications nets about $740 million on sale of unsecured notes. Release

And finally... A cable TV tech finds his work interrupted by a bear in a basement. Article

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