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A. A licensee must protect the privacy of all subscribers under section 631 of the cable act. A licensee must not condition subscriber service on the subscriber's grant of permission to disclose information which cannot be disclosed without the subscriber's explicit consent under federal law.
B. A person must not make any unauthorized connection, whether physically, electrically, acoustically, inductively or otherwise, or attach any unauthorized device to any cable, wire, microwave or other component of a licensed cable television system, to intercept, receive or use any video, voice or data signal transmissions over a cable television system, unless such connection, interception, reception or use is authorized by the licensee or other person having the lawful right to authorize the connection, interception, reception or use. A violation of this subsection is a class 2 misdemeanor offense and is also punishable pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes section 13-3709(A). (Ord. 05-589, 5-23-2005)