There’s more to discuss concerning FilmOn’s Alki David and his Aereo/Aero court case. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a California judge has denied without prejudice Aereo’s motion for a temporary restraining order against David and his use of Aero. The trademark infringement lawsuit, which was filed last week, contains Aereo’s opinion on the matter. “The public’s opinion, attitude and impression of Aereo will likely be irreparably harmed by Defendants’ unauthorized services or advertising in such circumstances,” the motion states. The motion goes on to say that harm to Aereo will increase each day “misconduct” is permitted to continue. Aereo, owned by FilmOn competitor Barry Diller, can try for a motion  [ Read More ]

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