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Aereo Now Considers Itself a Cable Company Letter filed with New York district court

Aereo is not dead yet. Lawyers representing Aereo filed a letter to a New York district court yesterday, stating that the company now considers itself a cable provider, which was documented…

July 10, 2014, 1:06 PM EDT

Supreme Court Rejects Google's Appeal Lawsuits allege it violated federal wiretapping law

The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected an appeal by Google, "leaving the company to face lawsuits accusing it of violating a federal wiretapping law by secretly collecting personal data while…

June 30, 2014, 1:46 PM EDT

Supreme Court Says Pom Can Sue Coca-Cola Over Juice Label Food and beverage brands watch case closely

The Supreme Court has given Pom Wonderful the go-ahead to sue Coca-Cola in a case expected to have significant ramifications for the food and beverage industry, in terms of how…

June 12, 2014, 2:25 PM EDT

Supreme Court Weighs Whether Aereo Is Simply Circumventing Copyright Law Cloud computing also a concern

Aereo could be in trouble. For more than an hour today, the Supreme Court weighed arguments that could change the future of TV. If Aereo wins, it could threaten the…

April 22, 2014, 3:39 PM EDT

Why Food and Beverage Advertisers Should Be Worried About Pom v. Coca-Cola Supreme Court to decide if juice label was misleading

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday on a case that could significantly change the legal landscape for what name food makers give their products and how they market…

April 17, 2014, 5:35 PM EDT

Supreme Court Strikes Down Individual Campaign Contribution Limits Decision likely to unleash more political ad dollars in midterm election

In a move that is sure to increase spending in the upcoming midterm election, the Supreme Court Wednesday struck down campaign contribution limits that capped individual contributions at $123,000. The court…

April 2, 2014, 1:44 PM EDT

Diller: Aereo Is ‘Finished’ If It Loses Supreme Court Battle Should it prevail, the company will expand to top U.S. markets

Should Aereo lose its impending U.S. Supreme Court case, backer Barry Diller believes it’ll be game over for the upstart distributor. Speaking to anchor Erik Schatzker during an appearance on Bloomberg…

April 2, 2014, 12:44 PM EDT

Aereo's Kanojia Remains Confident Company Will Prevail in Supreme Court Positions it as the underdog against big, bad broadcasters

In three weeks, Aereo, the upstart TV service will be fighting for its life before the Supreme Court. But Chet Kanojia, the Aereo’s CEO and founder, isn’t rattled at all. “This…

April 2, 2014, 10:45 AM EDT

Aereo Says It's a Technological Step Not a Rube Goldberg Device Streaming service files 100-page brief with the U.S. Supreme Court

In a legal brief, Aereo has asked the Supreme Court to reject broadcasters' arguments that its antenna-based Internet streaming service is "a sort of Rube Goldberg device" and just "a…

March 27, 2014, 9:24 AM EDT

Government Sides With Broadcasters in Aereo Case Classifies the system as a public performance

The government is siding with broadcasters in their legal fight with Aereo. In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, the U.S. copyright office and the Department of Justice…

March 4, 2014, 10:19 AM EST

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