Top consumer electronics executives and trade reps are telling the Federal Communications Commission that they're worried about a rush request from Hollywood studios for a lift on the agency's ban on Selectable Output Control. "Concern was expressed that the powers sought by this Petition as filed would likely be used to the disadvantage of consumers, technology, and competition," Michael Petricone, Consumer Electronic Association (CEA) Vice President and Adam Goldberg of Pioneer Electronics told an aide to FCC Chair Kevin Martin on Wednesday, July 16, according to their FCC filing.
It’s the same as your other thread. Hollywood trying to impose
their will on the consumers. Hopefully the F.CC. will stop them.