Friday Thursday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Wait a second, an early edition of the Copyright 2.0 Show? That’s right, we decided that, since many of you will be traveling tomorrow you might appreciate something to listen to or watch while you’re on the road or in the air. So, consider that an early Christmas present for you as you get ready to head out.
And it’s that holiday spirit that permeates the Copyright 2.0 Show this week as Patrick shows off his 8-bit Christmas wreath and we do our best to not only cover the latest copyright news but also offer some of our non-predictions for 2013.
All in all, this is an episode that you don’t want to miss and, hopefully, it’s one that won’t put you to sleep at the wheel as you’re making your holiday drive…
On that note, thank you everyone for a great 2012 and the Copyright 2.0 Show will be back in 2013!
This week’s stories include:
- Instagram TOS Draws Controversy
- Google and Belgian Newspapers Settle Their Dispute
- Japanese Author Organization Teams with Google
- Canadian ISP TekSavvy Declines to Defend Users in Bittorrent Piracy Case
- iiNet Walks Out of Piracy Talks in Australia
- USTR Slams Russia and Others in New Report
- Alicia Keys Sued Over “Girl on Fire”
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