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Manhattan Cable TV Newcomer Alleges Illegal Practices by Monopoly

Summary:


In a technology tutorial about how microwave/cable television technology
works, several static and animated 3D illustrations were produced. At
issue was the enormous cost savings that allowed plaintiff to undercut
defendant’s pricing, which created significant interest among disgruntled
cable TV subscribers.

Plaintiff operator of a microwave-based cable television system in Manhattan accused the defendant conventional cable television company, which enjoyed a government sanctioned monopoly in the greater New York City area, of unfair competition and other predatory conduct designed to illegally stifle its growth.


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