SPOTLIGHT: Verizon's attempt to restrain ads failed


Verizon Communications tried to get a restraining order against Time Warner Cable to cease the TV ads that Verizon said misrepresented the telco's FiOS fiber network upgrade and TV service, but the order was denied in federal court last week. That information has come to light since Verizon first filed a lawsuit against TWC over the matter. The ads apparently will be allowed to run their course. A hearing on the lawsuit has been scheduled for next week.

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