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A federal court in New York refused to dismiss a man’s suit alleging Peloton falsely advertised that its online fitness class library was “ever-growing” because it knew it contained copyright material and removal of that material was inevitable.

NEW YORK — A federal court in New York refused to dismiss a man’s suit alleging Peloton falsely advertised that its online fitness class library was “ever-growing” because it knew it contained copyrighted material and removal of that material was inevitable. 

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