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So the critics have trotted out a theory that integration is harmful, a theory inconsistent with the facts and sound economic policy. They claim Waze's community-gathered mapping data is so unique and non-replicable by any other rival, so no other company can compete. But this theory was raised against Google during its acquistions of DoubleClick and AdMob, and the Federal Trade Commission has repeatedly rejected it.
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Perhaps the most egregious portion of your letter was at the very top, where you “agree to resume carriage with the ‘new economics’” while “employing all the other terms and conditions of our recently expired contracts.” On the surface of it, that looks reasonable. But it’s not. Clever PR, perhaps, but not genuine negotiation. As I am sure you know, we have no “new economics” that are not intimately tied to new “terms and conditions.” Those terms and conditions, better known as rights, were established in 2008. That was before the introduction of the iPad. Netflix was still doing little but mailing out DVDs. Amazon was known simply for selling books. This doesn’t even begin to account for the new entrants now coming up the ramp who are interested in paying a fair price for the most desirable programming. What you are asking for, pure and simple, is either to gain the right to deliver content for free that others are paying for, or to inhibit CBS from licensing content to existing online competitors and new companies that are now emerging. I can understand why you might want to preserve your dominance in that venue, but bullying us into becoming your accomplice in that effort doesn’t seem fair. Again, what we are seeking with you is nothing more – or less – than a rights and conditions package that every other cable, satellite and telephone company has agreed to.
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