No, it is a tabloid (2) , smartass.
You'll note that TFA says "stolen" and "pirated" in relation to the intercepted video, which is the propaganda doublespeak of the copyright cartels. So at least Murdoch's WSJ thinks it's already copyrighted.
Now that the WSJ is a Rupert Murdoch mouthpiece, it is a tabloid.
I don't think there are centuries of relevant court rulings. At least not ones that come down on the side of the subscriber. If there were then these terms wouldn't be in the contract.
Read the Terms and practically every other sentence says "We reserve the right not to deliver any service of any kind, change your plan and terms at any time for any reason, or terminate you for even using your service in any way we don't like as strictly decided by us."
Heck, they say outright that service is entirely at their whim: "The purchase of an iPhone does not guarantee service." That seems like a 100% escape clause.
Um... Have you read the contract? One of the terms of the contract is that they can change the terms of the contract anytime they want, with or without notice. Sweet, huh?
My sarcasm detector is unable to grok this statement. Are you serious?
You realize that "sheeple" has been in use for more than fifty years? And by such low-brow publications as Emory University's quarterly magazine, and the Wall Street Journal? (I'll let you GTFW yourself for the citation.)
Summarily dismissing a comment because of a word you don't like is silly, I think.