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Aereo was a private technology company founded in 2012 by Chet Kanojia, which allowed users to watch television live or at a later time on their internet devices, eliminating the need for a cable box. However, they went bankrupt in 2014 after the U.S. Supreme Court determined that this practice broke copyright law.

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