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Aereo says it’s not dead yet, despite Supreme Court ruling otherwise

10
Jul
2014

It may not be curtains for internet television broadcasting company Aereo, which shut down last month following a ruling by the US Supreme Court that it violated the Copyright Act. In a new court filing today, the company says it believes it can operate once again, and within the confines of the Supreme Court decision by existing legally as a cable system instead of an equipment provider. Under the Second Circuits precedents, Aereo was a provider of technology and equipment with respect to the near-live transmissions at issue in the preliminary injunction appeal. After the Supreme Courts decision, Aereo is a cable system with respect to those transmissions, the company said in the letter.

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