What he said:
He said the Conservatives would rather let the market resolve consumer
reaction to digital locks, suggesting if many buyers balk at them,
companies would offer alternatives. “The movie industry has digital locks on some films and not others ...
An informed consumer makes the right choices. If people don’t want to
buy a piece of software or a movie that has a digital lock, the don’t
Let's apply that to another area of government regulation and see if that logic holds:
"It is not in the best interest of companies to sell dangerous products that kill consumers, so CSA guidelines are unnecessary. We'll let the market decide what is safe and what is unsafe."
Yeah I don't trust companies to have my best interests in mind either.