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Two copyright suits involving broadcasters and streaming television services demonstrate how state and federal law can have trouble keeping pace with technological innovation
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Aereo and BarryDriller.com are facing lawsuits by broadcasters, including the Disney/ABC Television Group and Fox Broadcasting Company, that claim the streaming television services are violating U.S.
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