You wrote: "It seems that District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers agreed with us, rejecting the antitrust claims entirely".
The judge wrote: "The trial did show that Apple is engaging in anticompetitive conduct under California's competition laws [...] While Apple’s conduct does not fall within the confines of traditional antitrust law, the conduct falls within the purview of an incipient antitrust violation with particular anticompetitive practices which have not been justified".
I don't understand the difference between "antitrust" and "anticompetitive". In fact, "Antitrust" and "Anti-trust law" redirect to "Competition law" on Wikipedia.
The Olympics official YouTube account (https://www.youtube.com/c/Olympics/videos) is full of highlights videos of the Tokyo Olympics. But they are all geoblocked to specific regions. So sharing any of those videos on social media is futile, because most people won't have access to them.
Maybe the young can't stand the massive economic inequalities, where the the elite travels to space for fun and corporations exploit workers and consumers, while billions struggle to pay for food, housing and healthcare?
Maybe the young can't stand politicians keeping shouting each other instead of solving problems, and the media eager to show the chaos as entertaiment?
Maybe the young can't stand oppression, discrimination and violence?
None of the cheap streaming services has major league sports (except ESPN+ which has out-of-market MLB and NHL).
Likewise here in Uruguay, the national football championship is only available on cable/satellite, and with no TV Everywhere streaming service.
PlayStation provides entertainment for a price. So does Disney, Electronic Arts, Warner and Bandai Namco.
Anyone can decide not to buy expensive entertainment and play football or have sex. The fact that these companies have millions of customers shows that they are satisfied.