- Justice Breyer, writing the majority opinion, believes that Congress intended to capture things like Aereo in the Copyright Act of 1976, which directly addressed the legal issues raised by cable television.
- Justice Scalia, in the dissent, believes that the matter should be decided by Congress now, not by the courts by interpreting what Congress in 1976 might have thought about what Aereo represents today.
25 June 2014
SCOTUS Rules Against Aereo 6-3
Broadcasters rejoice! The full description is here (link is to a .pdf) The decision is well worth reading. The short version:
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