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Commercial – Satellite TV Piracy – Wiretap Act – Statutory Damages (access required)

Contrary to the argument of plaintiff satellite TV company, who won a default judgment against a man who illegally obtained services by using a pirate access device to unscramble the satellite signal, a district court is not obliged to award statutory damages under the Wiretap Act for more than de minimis damages. But in this case, ...

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