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In what is being called a major victory for television broadcasters, the Supreme Court ruled against the video-streaming service Aereo, 6-to-3.
The Supreme Court today ruled that the FCC is allowed to speed along to the production of new wireless towers if things get mired in red tape or other hassles. Following a 6-3 victory, the Supreme Court also said they’ll defer to the FCC when it comes to laws pertaining to the FCC and their jurisdiction.
Supreme Court Justice to provide opening remarks at first Administrative Conference plenary in 15 years Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) December 7, 2010 Paul R.
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WASHINGTON, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent Supreme Court ruling has raised questions as to whether technicians who calibrate photo enforcement cameras or perform back-room processing can be required to testify if the accused violators challenge the citations in court. The Melendez-Diaz v.
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