You're right. I don't know who you are. However your comments clearly show that you don't work in this industry, have no experience in it, are not a contract attorney, and have never run a technology service delivery organization - or more to the point - have no technology experience. I have not ignored cited law at all. I'm simply not arrogant enough to try and be judge and jury and insist that the law will result in a specific action - much less to dishonestly try to misrepresent repeatedly exactly what the law will have to address. That's what you've consistently been doing. I don't know the ins and outs of the actual ATSC 3.0 implications, the technical aspects of the QAM situation, etc. Not in my wheelhouse. There are guys here on this forum that know that stuff way better than I ever will, so you won't see me with any strong opinions about what may happen in that regard. I have no relevant experience or material knowledge to apply to known facts. That is simply not the case when it comes to global hosted service delivery, software product development and release, enterprise architecture and enterprise infrastructure. Those are areas for which I have direct relevant experience to draw on. That includes defending technology patents, and dealing with contractual disputes related to contracted services.