"any rebroadcast without the expressed written consent..."
Dan,.... you worked in this field. Do the local broadcasters have the same type of "any rebroadcast without the expressed written consent..." language used by the NFL on their proprietary local content? If not, would making that statement on their programming change your evaluation of the lawsuit?
I want to stress again. I don't like what Aereo is doing and being able to get away with thus far. To my recollection the statement you refer to is fairly common and probably used 100% of the time. However, Aereo claims they are not rebroadcasting. That's the heard of the issue. I won't even pretend to be a legal expert but the majority of courts hav sided thus far with Aereo. They claim to be providing an antenna as I understand on behalf of the person receiving the signal and charging a fee to do so. DaninFW