ACE Files a Lawsuit Against “Omniverse One World Television” The Service Powering HDHomeRun Premium

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  1. al

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    Bummer.

    I guess OTT will come under more threats.


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    Only if they aren't legit.
     
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    This may be a gray area, and an attempt to milk the cow twice.


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    Only twice? LOL
     
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    The only thing surprising is that this didn't happen sooner. I guess the studios wanted to get their ducks in a row before taking legal action. Omniverse practically flaunted their piracy, claiming they have some kind of magic contract that allows them to redistribute content that they charge well below current market rates for.
     

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