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mendyk
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5/22/2014 | 2:10:42 PM
Re: Aereo Case
Michael Wolff calling anyone a thief rates an 11 on the Irony Scale of 1 to 10.
wanlord
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5/22/2014 | 12:55:10 PM
Re: Aereo Case
Apparently Kanojia and Wolff got into a heated discussion. Wolff refered to Kanojia as THIEF ! 

Anybody know where a video of this is?

 

http://www.inc.com/christine-lagorio/aereo-chet-kanojia-controversy.html
brookseven
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4/28/2014 | 2:13:50 PM
Re: Aereo Case
Not a shop window, but every time I go in Best Buy I see Broadcast TV.

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mendyk
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4/28/2014 | 2:01:26 PM
Re: Aereo Case
When's the last time anyone watched a TV program through a shop window?
wanlord
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4/28/2014 | 1:28:32 PM
Re: Aereo Case
Broadcasters should sue every electronic store that picks up a signal and plays the channel on a TV in their shop window because everybody that walks by can see the "public performance" broadcast...
mendyk
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4/23/2014 | 2:24:09 PM
Re: Aereo Case
Right -- the concern is that the Court doesn't want to issue a ruling that will have long-term implications for innovation, but it's pretty clear that at least some of the Justices don't think much of Aereo's "model."
wanlord
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4/23/2014 | 1:46:13 PM
Re: Aereo Case
I read one of the judges basically called them out and said "you are are basically doing what a cable company is doing, but using your thousands of antennas is your way of trying to avoid the legal issues and not doing anything innovative". 

 

 
mendyk
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4/23/2014 | 12:46:05 PM
Re: Aereo Case
The fact that the Supremes (or at least a couple of them) are freely admitting they don't yet understand the long-term ramifications of this case is pretty startling, considering all the clerks they have working for them.
wanlord
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4/23/2014 | 12:17:28 PM
Aereo Case
No articles today about the Aereo arguments yesterday? In the event they lose what will happen? Could they just leave it up for free until they figure out what to do with it?


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