Originally Posted by HarryT
What this decision means, though, is that manufacturers have effectively lost the right to be able to set prices according to local market conditions, and that's a very, very bad thing, which is going to end up being extremely bad for the consumer in the long term. This won't only affect consumers in the US - it will affect people all over the world.
Too bad, but I've always been against subsidizing products. Why should I pay more than someone else for the same item? This ruling should help level the playing field.