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December 5, 2007

Supreme Court Turns Down Perfect 10 Appeal

Perfect 10's appeal was denied by the Supreme Court on Monday.  The company had sued credit card processors claiming that the payment options they provided to web sites abetted copyright infringement by processing charges for stolen images.  The lower courts didn't have to think too hard to toss this case.  It looks as if the Supreme Court didn't either.  Ars Technica has the story.

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