Probably a message more for Blantonl or even the people behind the servers but how feasible would be to set listening to broadcastify to registered users only? In this day and age of ops-sec, maintaining an operational security level for those in public safety is foremost at a high demand. I spoke to the former local police chief in the county I reside in about a year ago about how in this day and age that the public literally has a front row seat to what is occurring in the county. He was concerned how, for example during a traffic stop the driver was actively listening to the police main channel and was able to tell when a 2nd unit was requested. He actually during this brief meeting asked if I could remove the police channels from my feed. Since I was actually considering ending the feed due to my extensive travel schedule for my work and was not able to actively maintain the service I told him I could look into it. Now fast forward to this year even though he retired, he had left my contact information with the incoming police chief and two weeks or so ago she out of the blue called me. Apparently she got word that there was another Howard County public service feed online and asked for the police channels to be removed. Since the feed is no longer being provided by me, I had to tell her that I was no longer operating that feed and that I did not know who it was personally but that she could probably get more information if she contacted the owner of broadcastify or accessed the website to find the feed provider. I had been thinking about this brief phone call for the last few days and got to wondering how feasible it would be to actually implement a registered users only access to broadcastify during these times since broadcastify is being used for unethical and illegal reasons. At my employer for example we actually have a login system for us to view and listen webcast with non-company equipment (laptops, phones, tablets, etc).