Mark Cuban explains why he is supporting Grokster in the MGM Studios versus Grokster legal case.
We are a digital company that is platform agnostic. Bits are bits. We dont care how they are distributed, just
that they are. We want our content to get to the customer in the way the customer wants to receive it, when they want
to receive it, at a price that is of value to them. Simple business. Unless Grokster loses to MGM in front of the Supreme Court. If Grokster loses, technological innovation might not
die, but it will have such a significant price tag associated with it, it will be the domain of the big corporations
only. It wont be a good day when high school entrepreneurs have to get a fairness opinion from a technology oriented law
firm to confirm that big music or movie studios wont sue you because they can come up with an angle that makes a
judge believe the technology might impact the music business. It will be a sad day when American corporations start
to hold their US digital innovations and inventions overseas to protect them from the RIAA, moving important jobs
overseas with them. Thats what is ahead of us if Grokster loses.