A federal judge in New York has sided with entertainment producers who claimed that Cablevision’s network-based remote-storage digital video recorder (DVR) system violated copyright infringement laws.

“I conclude that Cablevision, and not just its customers, would be engaging in unauthorized reproductions and transmissions of plaintiffs’ copyrighted programs,” Southern District of New York Judge Denny Chin held in Twentieth Century Fox v. Cablevision Systems 06 Civ. 3990, and The Cartoon Network V. CSC Holdings, 06 Civ. 4092.

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