The Barry Diller-backed streaming TV service Aereo recently scored a victory in federal court when a judge dismissed one of the legal complaints filed by broadcasters against the company, The Wall Street Journal reports.
According to court documents, the judge dismissed the broadcasters’ unfair competition complaint, leaving Aereo to only face claims of copyright infringement in the case.
Although the decision was a decided victory for Aereo, the dismissed complaint represents the least significant of the claims brought against the company by broadcasters.
Here’s the court’s dismissal…
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