FilmOn founder wants Supreme Court review

Alki David, the founder of FilmOn X said he hopes the Supreme Court settles the issue of whether services like his and Aereo's are legal. "The Supreme Court will ultimately deal with this--whether at FilmOn's request or Aereo's because this is how young people watch television," he said. Aereo filed a brief with the Supreme Court last week urging it to take up an appeal filed by broadcasters stemming from a case in New York over its legality. The broadcasters have sought to tie FilmOn's and Aereo's fate together, but Aereo asked the court to keep those cases separate. Read more

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