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Judge Declines To Dismiss USTA's Lawsuit Against Filmmakers
Published July 23, 2013
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The USTA alleges the documentary, which is already airing, took without permission footage of the U.S. Open. The documentary makers, VSW Productions, cite the First Amendment and the fact that some of the material, like Serena’s tirade against a lineswoman, should be covered by the Fair Use Act, which protects footage deemed socially important.