And “they’ve suffered the consequences.” Whatever that’s supposed to mean.
At the Reuters’ Summit, Edgar Bronfman was asked if his kids steal music:
“I’m fairly certain that they have, and I’m fairly certain that they’ve suffered the consequences.”
Other interesting tidbits from the Summit (full coverage here): Bronfman says WMG is diving head-first into online advertising deals in online video plays. They’ve been gettin’ with YouTube, I wonder if they’ve got it in for Revver and others as well.
Looking to invest in media stocks? The experts at the summit are looking towards News Corp, Apple and Disney.
Justices agreed to hear the appeal by the Juneau, Alaska, school board and principal Deborah Morse of a lower court ruling that allowed the student’s civil rights lawsuit to proceed. The school board hired former Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr to argue its case to the high court.
The Justices had examined the appeal in this freedom-of-expression case five separate times before agreeing to hear it, according to SCOTUSblog. Kick back and have a look at the petition.