Decision comes a day after a federal court placed a preliminary injunction on the sale of RealDVD. The one-two punch in the courts is likely to rock the technology community.
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RealNetworks files suit to "protect consumers' fair-use rights" and keep its new RealDVD software available.
The battle over RealNetworks' RealDVD movie-copying technology finally erupts when the company and Hollywood studios file lawsuits against each other.
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