The only thing I will comment on that no one else is is the unique political nature of the Justices. The 3 dissenters were Ginsburg, Kennedy, and Scalia. 1 liberal, 1 conservative, and the moderate. Which means that the other six were a mix of liberals and conservatives. Rather than reading this as a hopeful sign of bipartisanship, I would suggest it should be understood as a sign of the chaotic nature of property rights in the digital age. The broader implications are that an in family fight is brewing between two liberal heavy hitters: the tech industry and Hollywood.
To get the best interpretations start with Bill Rosenblatt.
After him I would suggest Kevin Smith.
And for the heavy hitter Kenneth Crews.