Lemley uses old-fashioned scare tactics in support of FCC’s set-top box proposal

Licensing is not binary in the sense that you either have one or you don’t. Parties negotiate not just price but a variety of terms. These terms include how content is delivered to your home, not what you can do with the content once you get it. Because this fact would get in the way of [Stanford Law Professor Mark Lemley]’s narrative, he resorts to old-fashioned scare tactics to make it seem like critics of the proposal are trying to change how you can watch a movie. That simply isn’t true. – Keith Kupferschmid, The Hill http://ift.tt/2deu2kv
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