Supreme Court Won't Hear IP Appeals By TVEyes, DHL

By Tiffany Hu (December 3, 2018, 7:20 PM EST) -- The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to take up a closely watched copyright case filed by the television search engine TVEyes after it was found to have violated copyright law by offering video clips from Fox News, and declined to review a separate ruling finding California had jurisdiction over Dutch company DHL Supply Chain BV based on its software use in the Golden State.

In a Monday order list, the high court denied TVEyes' petition for certiorari, leaving in place the Second Circuit's February decision that the media-monitoring service, while a useful tool, could not be justified as fair use because...

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