VidAngel, a Provo-based movie and TV series filtering company locked in legal battles with several studios, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Neal Harmon, chief executive officer, said in announcing the filing that the company will continue to offer its filtering service and add new content and customers.

“It’s an important step to protect our company — as well as its creditors, investors and customers — from the plaintiffs’ efforts to deny families their legal right to watch filtered content on modern devices,” Harmon said of the filing.

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