They won't do that probably for the same reason they don't want to let people watch for free: they must consider that advertisers aren't paying for the ads every time someone watches, since they can't change the old ads for new ones like they do on reruns.
"When you're using a lot of fuel on a car, then you have the responsibility to pay for that fuel" said kenichi tanaka, while complaining why there isn't an extra charge each time a car drives in or out of a parking spot, on top of what they already paid at the gas station.
That's an interesting observation. You can't interfere by filming from a distance, but you can't really "interfere by filming while kicking the cop in the head constantly". Clearly, the filming isn't the interference.
"Until a few years ago, such a project would have been impossible. Thanks to advances in computing power, internet bandwidth, open source software and print on demand technologies, today we can programmatically transform content from Wikipedia into printable PDFs."
I just remembered, I actually attended one of the talks when the TPP was in its infancy (back then I used to work at the interior ministry)... I remember it was just about some sort of corp. ID card that made entering ports easier or something.
AFAIK a professional camera is just a camera with features. It has nothing to do whether it's suitable for the use of a professional, or it takes professional quality photos.
The list of features are things like: settings for shutter speed, exposure, etc all accessible by dials instead of a menu. Swappable lens. A really fast flash sync speed. Probably, be somewhat "rugged".
Oh, and expensive enough that professional photographers normally can't buy one ;)