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Copyright 2.0 Show – Special Eps 1 – 7 Minutes

Copyright 2.0 Show - Special Eps 1 - 7 Minutes

In this very special episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show, I cover 7 copyright stories in just 7 minutes.

3 Count: Counterattacks

3 Count: Counterattacks

Led Zeppelin wants Stairway to Heaven suit dismissed, Michelle Phan countersues Ultra Records and James Cameron wins another Avatar case.

The Big Business of Cyberlockers

The Big Business of Cyberlockers

According to a new study, cyberlockers turn piracy into big business, earning their owners millions of dollars per year in profit.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Special Eps 1 – 7 Minutes

Copyright 2.0 Show - Special Eps 1 - 7 Minutes

Date: Sep 19, 20141
3 Count: Counterattacks

3 Count: Counterattacks

Date: Sep 19, 20142
The Big Business of Cyberlockers

The Big Business of Cyberlockers

Date: Sep 18, 20143
Copyright 2.0 Show – Special Eps 1 – 7 Minutes
In this very special episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show, I cover 7 copyright stories in just 7 minutes.
3 Count: Counterattacks
Led Zeppelin wants Stairway to Heaven suit dismissed, Michelle Phan countersues Ultra Records and James Cameron wins another Avatar case.
The Big Business of Cyberlockers
According to a new study, cyberlockers turn piracy into big business, earning their owners millions of dollars per year in profit.
3 Count: Virtual Private Nope
Netflix pressured to block VPN access, Expendables 3 producers go after file sharers and King settles copyright lawsuit with 6waves.
Sex, Lies and Plagiarism
Sometimes, a fraudster will react badly when they discover they've been caught. Sometimes, as in the case of Anoop Shankar, they will react very, very badly.
3 Count: Oh…
Jay Z hits back in sampling lawsuit, Oracle files a copyright infringement lawsuit against the state of Oregon and Rightscorp faces possible sanctions.
DMCA Subpoenas: The DMCA’s Little-Used Power
The DMCA is a mulit-part law but some areas get more attention than others. DMCA subpoenas have hardly been heard from in over a decade. Why?
3 Count: Blurred Times
Robin Thicke claims he didn't write Blurred Lines, Eminem sues New Zealand political party over ad and another actor sues Google over controversial video.
3 Count: Questionable Email
UFC settles $32 million lawsuit with PPV pirate, Microsoft buys Minecraft maker for $2.5 billion and Kim Dotcom's reckoning fails to impress.
Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 342 – Saying Goodbye
This episode, we say goodbye to Patrick O'keefe, the cohost of the Copyright 2.0 Show for over 250 episodes and nearly six years.