We (Still) Need to Talk About Aereo: New Controversies and Unresolved Questions After the Supreme Court’s Decision

Jane C. Ginsburg & Rebecca Giblin
Recent judicial interpretations of U.S. copyright law have prompted businesses to design technologies in ways that enable the making and transmission of copies of works to consumers while falling outside the scope of the owner’s exclusive rights. The archetypal example was Aereo, Inc.’s system for providing online access to broadcast television. Aereo allowed users to tune into individual antennae to stream near-live TV to themselves, online. If this activity fell within the scope of the...
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