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Blake Brittain / Reuters:
A US judge rules that the Thomson Reuters suit accusing Ross Intelligence of copying Westlaw content to train a competing AI-based platform must go to trial
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Netflix, Paramount, WBD, Comcast, Disney, and others launch a trade group, the Streaming Innovation Alliance; Apple, Amazon, Roku, and others didn't join
Todd Spangler / Variety:
CollegeHumor rebrands as Dropout, the name of the $6/month streaming service it launched in 2018 that has users in the “mid-hundreds of thousands and growing”
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