TVEyes, Fox News End Copyright Case With Settlement

By Bill Donahue (January 22, 2019, 3:24 PM EST) -- TVEyes, a subscription-based search engine for TV clips at the center of a long-running copyright lawsuit, has reached a settlement with Fox News to end the case six weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear it.

Under the terms of a permanent injunction filed Friday in New York federal court, TVEyes agreed not to include any content from Fox News in its database of clips. The filing said the settlement would fully resolve the case, barring a breach of the deal.

Filed six weeks after the Supreme Court refused a request from TVEyes to hear the case, the settlement will...

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