Just got a chance to look at the interview with Ms Black. My initial thoughts are that she is an attorney, so she is practiced at speaking in public and chooses her words wisely. Her eye contact/engagement and anchor points are appropriate. She uses the pronouns of "we" and "our" to express the point that this is about the collective to make the listener feel at ease that this is just business as usual. However, when the pronoun changes to "I" and ownership is implied, then she is clearly uncomfortable and her nervousness is apparent to me. The anchor points change, her voice inflection changes as well as her body movements outside of the cone. My opinion is that she is not comfortable with this proposal, or that her name is on it ; but that she will own it regardless of the outcome. Her body betrayed her when it became about her, IMO, and the rest is just practiced attorney stuff that she is comfortable with.
I also believe that she knows already what we suspect and that this will pass. As other's have written, they don't care about the "me's" in this. As was stated, they are only concerned with potential future revenues. But, they are also aware that there are a few more "me's" out there. They are willing to sacrifice the "me's" for the potential future revenue. I also agree with others who believe that they should be careful what they wish for.
Just the thoughts of a long time fan and supporter (1976)