A panel of a federal appellate court has expressed skepticism about the legal standing of Aereo, the startup service that streams broadcast signals to subscribers. The major networks have challenged…
2nd Circuit Court of Appeals
When creative thinkers come up with the latest and greatest ways to watch TV, there's often an assumption placed on the technology: They are just giving consumers what they want.
Broadcasters are challenging a federal judge's rationale for allowing Aereo to continue streaming their signals without their permission.
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A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a copyright case against YouTube, finding that a jury could conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the…
Google is pushing back at Viacom's effort to reverse a judge's decision last year that YouTube was well within the "safe harbor" provisions of copyright law.
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