Washington, D.C.—The CEO of Aereo, Chet Kanojia, leaves the U.S. Supreme Court on April 22. The court is considering a case brought against Aereo by the four major TV networks, which accuse the upstart technology company, based in New York City, of copyright infringement. Aereo rents little antennas in a data center to customers, allowing them to record shows in the cloud and then stream them on demand. The case could have repercussions for the digital future as more consumers turn to cloud storage for entertainment.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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