discount So, if TWC complains of high prices for the bundled CBS content, are TWC customers getting a discount on their bill while CBS is blacked out?
Didn't think so.
said by NickD:I guess I'm in the 4th segment you failed to include. People who are well aware of how to obtain pirated material, absolutely feel comfortable about being able to do so without getting caught (no fear), but choose not to do so for reasons related to personal core values and integrity.
If there's no way for them to watch it legally, people will be forced to resort to piracy. There are three groups. People who will always pirate no matter what. Those people will never pay, and no amount of anti-piracy education will help them. People who will never pirate, because they don't know how or are too scared to do so. They'll resign themselves to missing out on CBS. And the majority are people who are on the fence. They'll first look for a way to get stuff legally, and if they can't, they'll pirate it. They're the people who used Napster before iTunes, and downloaded movies before subscribing to Netflix.
Re: Nice I don't know the first thing about Time Warner's operations or what they consider to be ethical behavior. I do know that I'm not one to get behind Hammurabi's Code when it comes to justice, if that is the direction you are heading.