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+ - Ruling Prohibits Kaleidescape from Selling, Supporting Movie Servers->

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Stowie101
Stowie101 writes "Looks like Kaleidescape has lost its drawn-out legal battle with the DVD CCA. A judge has just issued an injunction that prohibits the sale and support, including product updates, of existing DVD movie servers.

"As part of the injunction, Kaleidescape and its dealers can no longer offer technical support for products that are already in the field, meaning existing servers can receive no updates or repairs."

Kaleidescape has filed an appeal and “believes that under California law the injunction order should not come into effect unless the California Court of Appeal affirms Judge Monahan's decision.""

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Ruling Prohibits Kaleidescape from Selling, Supporting Movie Servers

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