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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Stanhope, New Jersey: Byron Pitts) Lawsuits by satellite television company DirecTV against people, many of whom are innocent, who purchased “smart cards,” which the company says are being used to steal satellite signal, featured; statement from DirecTV quoted. [Lawsuit target John DeMARCO- comments.] [“Satellite Business News” Bob SCHERMAN- says DirecTV has spent a huge amount of money pursuing an anti-piracy campaign that has not reduced the number of people stealing.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Pitts, Byron
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