Some of the big established choreographers (Guyton Mundy & Jo Thompson etc,)
are no longer going to let us view their new dance videos unless you pay to do so at LINELESSONS.com. This subject has been widely discussed
Not only that, they are also contacting other groups and asking them to take down their videos. While choreographers have the right to market their videos through LineLessons, does that mean they also have the right to halt production of videos by everyone else? How are they going to monitor that? . Who defines or determines what is "allowed" by others who put up videos?
From what I've read, it seems that not many are going to pay for the videos and prefer to do dances that are free.