Siding With Fox, 2nd Circ. Says TVEyes Is Not Fair Use

Law360 (February 27, 2018, 11:40 AM EST) -- The Second Circuit ruled Tuesday that media-monitoring service TVEyes violated copyright law by offering a search engine of video clips from Fox News Network and others, reversing an earlier ruling that the service was protected by the fair use doctrine.

Siding with Fox News in a closely watched copyright case, the appeals court said TVEyes "deprives Fox of revenue that properly belongs to the copyright holder." (AP) Siding with Fox News in a closely watched copyright case, the appeals court said the video service was a useful tool, but that it was “not justifiable as a fair use” because it “deprives Fox of...

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