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“Unlike previous filtering companies, we have the funds to fight this all the way to the Supreme Court.
We’re committed to protecting your right to watch filtered movies in your home.” Harmon has the money to fight because his service is so popular that 40,000 subscribers have pledged million to fund the legal battle.
Vid Angel founder Neal Harmon issued a statement promising to appeal.
“We are seeking a stay of this injunction, but if our efforts fail, we will need to take down the movies of all major studios.” But Harmon promises to fight on.
And Vid Angel is countersuing the studios, claiming they have violated the Sherman (antitrust) Act by attempting to coerce Google into rejecting a collaboration with Vid Angel.