I want my iCraveTV!

Barnhart, Aaron
April 2000
Electronic Media;04/03/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p9
Discusses the lawsuit filed against television rebroadcaster iCraveTV.com filed by the National Football League and the Motion Picture Association of America. Facts of the case; Decision of iCraveTV to build an `i-wall' that can block unauthorized users to appease the plaintiffs.


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