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“Star Wars is still Star Wars, even without Princess Leia’s bikini scene,” said federal Circuit Judge Andrew D. Hurwitz in denying an appeal by the movie-filtering service VidAngel to lift an injunction that has kept its technology off the market since December 2016. Disney Enterprises v. VidAngel Inc., 16-56843. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously upheld an injunction entered by the Central District of California on the request of three Hollywood studios: Disney, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. The order prevents VidAngel from selling its technology that allows people to filter movies to remove content the user finds offensive.
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