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Erratum - Basic Service Tier Encryption et al.

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Released: October 18, 2012

Federal Communications Commission

Before the

Federal Communications Commission

Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of
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Basic Service Tier Encryption
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MB Docket No. 11-169
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Compatibility Between Cable Systems and
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PP Docket No. 00-67
Consumer Electronics Equipment
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Inter Mountain Cable Inc.’s Request for Waiver of )
CSR-8483-Z
Section 76.630(a) of the Commission’s Rules
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RCN Telecom Services, Inc.’s, Request for
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CSR-8525-Z
Waiver of Section 76.630(a) of the Commission’s
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Rules
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Coaxial Cable TV’s Request for Waiver of Section )
CSR-8334-Z
76.630(a) of the Commission’s Rules
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Mikrotec CATV LLC’s Request for Waiver of
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CSR-8528-Z
Section 76.630(a) of the Commission’s Rules
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ERRATUM

Released: October 18, 2012

By the Chief, Media Bureau:
On October 12, 2012, the Commission released a Report and Order, FCC 12-126, in the above-
captioned proceeding. This Erratum amends Appendix A of the Report and Order as indicated below:
1. In section 76.630(a)(1), replace paragraph number “(vi)” with “(v)” and “(viii)” with “(vi)”.
2. In the new paragraph (v), the words “one hundred and eighty days” are corrected to read as
one hundred and twenty days”.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
William Lake
Chief
Media Bureau

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