US Supreme Court weighs Comcast appeal in Byron Allen racial bias lawsuit

US Supreme Court weighs Comcast appeal in Byron Allen racial bias lawsuit

Byron Allen’s racial discrimination case against Comcast came before the Supreme Court Wednesday. In the argument, the justices struggled over whether a lower court that cleared the way for the $20b lawsuit to proceed had reviewed the case under the proper legal standard. Allen has accused Comcast of racial discrimination because of its refusal to carry seven lifestyle channels that he operates.

Chris
Chris
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 6 months

Yet another person falsely whining about racial discrimination I just looked it up and in my area I got 9 different variations of BET ( Black Entertainment Television) so maybe Comcast as shity as a company as they are doesn't want to do business with you for something else other than your race did you ever think about that.

porcus
porcus 6 months

Why does ComCast have to carry ANY BET channels? Or Telemundo channels? Why can't viewers subscribe to BET, Telemundo, or other providers directly? This lawsuit seems farcical in requiring ComCast (and who likes/wants ComCast) to carry multiple channels like BET.

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