Unauthorized showing of an Alabama Crimson Tide vs.Tennessee Volunteers football game in a commercial establishment. Costing the Bar $7,225.15.
A member of the SwaggSec hacking group was sentenced today to three years in federal prison for participating in a series of computer attacks that compromised computer systems at DIRECTV, Farmers Insurance and the Los Angeles Department of Public Works.
Default judgment in favor of DIRECTV in the amount of $28,062.15. A residential receiver was moved to a business establishment to view unauthorized sports programming.
Defendant Sky Cable knowingly collected programming revenue from more than 2000 subscriber units at the Massanutten Resort while reporting to DIRECTV the provision of services to only 168 units. The court granted judgement in favor of DIRECTV in the amount of $2,393,000 plus interest.