Fox News Hits TVEyes With Suit Over Copied Content

Law360, Los Angeles (July 30, 2013, 8:53 PM EDT) -- Fox News Network LLC hit TVEyes Inc. with a lawsuit in New York federal court on Tuesday, saying TVEyes copies Fox News' proprietary content 24 hours per day as it is being telecast and makes it available for a subscription fee to Internet users.

The lawsuit raises allegations that TVEyes makes verbatim reproductions of Fox News programs and the closed captioning associated with them. Fox News said the suit seeks to recover damages that Fox News has suffered and to prevent the irreparable harm that continues to threaten it as a result of TVEyes' willful infringement of Fox News' intellectual property...

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