The interesting thing is some of the new language:
If you affirmatively elect to use the Online Scheduling feature of the TiVo Plus service or download content to your TiVo DVR using a TiVo content delivery service (“CDS”), TiVo will collect the Personally Identifiable Viewing Information associated with fulfillment of your individual request(s). Use of the Online Scheduling feature or content delivery service, however, does not change your privacy preferences with respect to viewing choices made in the privacy of your household.
NOTE TO TIVO BASIC SERVICE CUSTOMERS: If your TiVo DVR is receiving the TiVo Basic service, you may not (i) be able to opt out of our collection of Anonymous Viewing Information and Diagnostic Information from that TiVo DVR, (ii) opt out of your receipt of communications we send you in the event you provide us with Contact Information (though you are not required to provide us with any Contact Information as to that TiVo DVR), (iii) engage in commerce transactions from that TiVo DVR, (iv) use content delivery services with that TiVo DVR; (v) use the Online Scheduling feature with that TiVo DVR, or (vi) be able to change your privacy preferences to allow TiVo to collect Personally Identifiable Viewing Information from that TiVo DVR.
So, is the TiVo-NetFlix deal finally getting close to roll out? Something else? Does this just cover a public roll out of HME?