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DirecTV Fix Beats Piracy Out of Court But Technology Doesn't Do Away With Piracy Suits

Publication Date: 
April 03, 2006
San Francisco Daily Journal
Craig Anderson

The San Francisco Daily Journal quoted Jennifer Granick, executive director of the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society, in a story about DirecTV and piracy litigation. She "wrote an amicus brief on behalf of two admitted DirecTV hackers, asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a ruling that the company sought too much in damages. Granick hopes to establish more-favorable ground rules for any future cases."

"If and when the new card is hacked, this ruling will guide DirecTV and other satellite companies and copyright holders," she said.