Limited Posting Through Halloween

Limited Posting Through Halloween

As Halloween comes near, the posting here slows down. But here are a few horror and Halloween-related posts to see you through.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 346 – The New Guy

Copyright 2.0 Show - Episode 346 - The New Guy

This week we introduce a new face to the Copyright 2.0 Show as Evan Sheres comes to chat about copyright news and provide his much-needed insight!

3 Count: Unembeddable Result

3 Count: Unembeddable Result

EU Court rules embedding isn't infringement, Germany raids homes of suspected pirate operators and lawyer in Zeppelin case in disciplinary hearing.

Limited Posting Through Halloween

Limited Posting Through Halloween

Date: Oct 30, 20141
Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 346 – The New Guy

Copyright 2.0 Show - Episode 346 - The New Guy

Date: Oct 27, 20142
3 Count: Unembeddable Result

3 Count: Unembeddable Result

Date: Oct 27, 20143
Limited Posting Through Halloween
As Halloween comes near, the posting here slows down. But here are a few horror and Halloween-related posts to see you through.
Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 346 – The New Guy
This week we introduce a new face to the Copyright 2.0 Show as Evan Sheres comes to chat about copyright news and provide his much-needed insight!
3 Count: Unembeddable Result
EU Court rules embedding isn't infringement, Germany raids homes of suspected pirate operators and lawyer in Zeppelin case in disciplinary hearing.
3 Count: Aereo Injunction
Judge issues preliminary injunction against Aereo, LMFAO claims Rick Ross is holding up their legal battle and Google's penalty hits pirate sites hard.
3 Count: Snippet Skirmish
German publishers back down over Google's snippets, hospital patient sues over viral photo and photographer has life work posted on The Pirate Bay.
Will Google Get it Right This Time?
Google has announced new piracy-fighting steps. However, content creators are skeptical about the impact and you likely should too.
3 Count: Long Road
Oracle says Rimini Street hasn't changed its ways, Getty says it has changed it tactics and Voltage Pictures wants to target Australian pirates.
3 Count: Hopping Ahead
Judge sides with Dish Network in AutoHop copyright case, New Girl lawsuit is dismissed and American Airlines and Universal may be squaring off.
Relaunching CopyByte
CopyByte, my copyright and plagiarism consulting service, is getting a facelift to better explain what services I provide and how I can help you.
3 Count: Reserved Reversal
Appeals court overturns GSU e-reserves ruling, Kim Dotcom must disclose all his assets and Led Zeppelin loses round one in Stairway lawsuit.