Hello, had a quick question. So my boss put me in charge of upgrading the internet at our office complex (which is a collection of individual office units, but attached). For 15 years now, we've been paying $130 for 7mb down and .75 upload. Thank you DSL. We're looking to get comcast, 50 down and 10 up, and get cabled installed in the bosses office so he can keep track of news, stocks, whatever etc etc. Now this is where Im a bit confused. Comcast will charge me minimum 50 for cable a month. The thing is, all of what my boss will want to watch is available with Apple TV. I accidentally said out loud what I was thinking which was, Hmm. I wonder if its more cost effective to just get Apple TV instead of cable, then the comcast rep quickly said it was against the rules to have an Apple TV at a business location as Apple TV was made for residences. He claimed that he had 2-3 customers who did what I was thinking of doing and was fined 5,000. My question is, was he just trying to do a scare tactic to get me to sign up for cable? I googled it but no where did I read that it was somehow prohibited to have apple tv in the office.