Live Sports Broadcasts and Piracy, Part 2

Dec 16, 2009


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House Committee Judiciary

The House Judiciary Committee looked at the piracy of live sports broadcasts over the Internet. Witnesses included officials from Major League Baseball, ESPN, Ultimate Fighting Championship, and a representative from .. Read More
The House Judiciary Committee looked at the piracy of live sports broadcasts over the Internet. Witnesses included officials from Major League Baseball, ESPN, Ultimate Fighting Championship, and a representative from Justin.tv, a website that allows its users to broadcast and share video online. They told the committee that the piracy of live sports broadcasts over the Internet is a rapidly growing problem, compounded by the global nature of the Internet.

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    U.S. Representative [R] California
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    Founding Director University of Pennsylvania->Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition
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    Senior Vice President Major League Baseball Advanced Media
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