Rainbow Sued Over 'We'

Haugsted, Linda
January 2001
Multichannel News;01/29/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p12
Reports on New York-based publisher WeMedia's copyright infringement lawsuit against cable television company Cablevision Systems Corp. as of January 29, 2001. Case background.


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