Advertisements People are blaming Tivo for that. I am trying to make the point that it is Disney's responsibility. The death of the DVR platform is not relevant here for all of us that have Tivo devices that use CableCards. And here is where an authoritive source is helpful; something like Federal Communications Commission FCC 20-124 (PDF). It is very confusing. Page 8 says We agree and further find that competitive market forces should incentivize cable operators to continue to support retail CableCARD devices. Page 9 says we expect that cable operators will make every effort to retain subscribers by continuing to support retail CableCARD devices, even in the absence of the CableCARD support rules. So it is not accurate to say they will stop supporting CableCARDs. It is not a matter of what I like. I am just saying that when someone says something it really helps to provide something authoritive that people can use to ensure that what is said is accurate. Look at the discussion CableCard coming to an end FCC 20-124 | TiVoCommunity Forum. It is 11 pages and very much is speculation about what will happen when support of CableCards will end. Yet all the speculation about dropping support of CableCards is not accurate and creates rumors. I am saying that people should make more of an effort to be accurate.