TickBox To Pay Universal, Amazon $25M To End IP Theft Row
Law360 (September 11, 2018, 10:24 PM EDT) -- Streaming device company TickBox LLC agreed Tuesday to pay $25 million to end a California federal court suit from Universal, Amazon and other content-creating giants who claim the company is encouraging customers to infringe their copyrighted material "with a wink and a nod."
TickBox will also stop assisting in the alleged infringement of the copyrighted material of Universal City Studios Productions LLLP, Columbia Pictures Industries Inc., Disney Enterprises Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp., Paramount Pictures Corp., Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Amazon Content Services LLC and Netflix Studios LLC, according to the proposed order and proposed injunction, filed with joint support from the parties....
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