Court Rules Against 'Broadcast Flag'

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WASHINGTON A federal court on Friday threw out the so-called broadcast flag aimed at thwarting illicit Internet-aided redistribution of TV programs, saying regulators had no authority to impose the requirement.

The action by the U.S. Court of Appeals represents a defeat for networks, movie studios and the Federal Communications Commission.

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