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October 10, 2013
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Aereo Staves Off Preliminary Injunctions
Mike Schroeder at Aereo sent me another blurb. Usually he's announcing a new city they're marketing to, or another platform app - Android was added just this week. This time it appears that Judge Gorton issued a ruling in Hearst Stations v Aereo denying the Hearst empire's request to shut Aereo down while the trial ground on. A preliminary injunction would have been granted if the judge felt that Hearst was sufficiently likely to win at trial or if failing to do so would have caused a significant or irreparable harm. Aereo is far from in the clear, but they can continue to do business for now.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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