It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
While reaching 300 episodes of the podcast might not be quite as epic of a feat as 300 Spartans holding the line against a million strong army, one didn’t exactly see Leonidas arguing the merits of Aereo’s arguments either.
In all seriousness though, this is an amazing episode as myself and Patrick O’Keefe are joined by two exceedingly talented guests in Terry Hart from CopyHype and David Newhoff from the Illusion of More blog.
After getting to know our guests, we slide into copyright news and we have a doozy of a week. The stars aligned and made sure we had a lot to talk about including the latest lawsuit against SiriusXM, Pandora scoring a win against ASCAP and the Authors Guild reminding us just how long their lawsuit against Google Book Search has been going on.
All of that and we still get to talk a little bit about Sherlock Holmes and some recent studies about online piracy. In short, this is one jam-packed two hours that you do not want to miss!
(Note: Due to the fact we had two guests this week, we have to use the audio directly from the YouTube recording so there are some quality issues, especially early on. Very sorry about that.)
This week’s stories include:
- Record Labels Sue SiriusXM over Pre-1972 Music
- Pandora Secures a Win Over ASCAP
- Authors Guild Asks Courts to Punt on Google Book Search
- Aereo Says FilmonX Rulings Don’t Apply
- MPAA Wins in DMCA Battle Between Two Bloggers
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Estate Responds, Says Sherlock Holmes Still Copyrighted
- Studies Look at Online Piracy and the role of the search engines
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