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Aereo v. Aereokiller: New York and California District Courts Disagree on What Constitutes a Public Performance Under the Copyright Act

11 July 2013

Global Media and Communications Quarterly: social media

Lawsuits are on the rise as technology evolves at an ever increasing pace. This is due to laws devised before the technological advancements occurred. This article discusses a recent example of this phenomenon, where two companies provided their subscribers with access to copyrighted content over the internet using virtually identical technologies.

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