3 Count: Squeaking By

3 Count: Squeaking By

Malibu Media scores major win against file sharer, Fox puts an end to the dispute over the Chipmunk Squeakquel and Aereo reveals subscriber numbers.

The Problem of Attribution Erosion

The Problem of Attribution Erosion

With time, all things are lost. This includes attribution as attribution erosion eventually tears the work apart from its creator.

3 Count: Pirate Advertisements

3 Count: Pirate Advertisements

Michelle Phan says she had permission for tracks, Google launches ads targeting likely pirates and eviction protest sparks copyright debate.

3 Count: Squeaking By

3 Count: Squeaking By

Date: Jul 23, 20141
The Problem of Attribution Erosion

The Problem of Attribution Erosion

Date: Jul 22, 20142
3 Count: Pirate Advertisements

3 Count: Pirate Advertisements

Date: Jul 22, 20143
3 Count: Ted-dy Bare
Seth MacFarlane and Universal sued over Ted, fake Academy Award statues draw $375,000 judgment and licensing issue disappears archived radio broadcasts.
3 Count: Hopped Over
Fox loses another bid for an injunction against Dish Network, Marvel asks the Supreme Court not to take Jack Kirby case and more Section 6 back and forth.
5 Major Publications that Cover Copyright Well
There are plenty of news sites that cover copyright poorly, here are five major publications that seem to be getting it right.
3 Count: Leaky Daleks
9th Circuit revisits, tweaks Innocence of Muslims ruling, News Corp wants ISPs to be responsible for piracy and Dr. Who episode leaks out early.
Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 333 – Doin’ It Live!
Fox tries using the Aereo ruling in Dish Network case, Sond engineer sues Jay Z, claiming co-authorship, and more!
3 Count: SoundCloud 9
SoundCloud close to inking deal with record labels over music licensing, Warner Brothers pulls Greenpeace video over song copyright and more!
Book Publishing’s Problem With Plagiarism and Ethics
Book publishers have a strange relationship with plagiarists and liars, they keep welcoming them back with large checks.
3 Count: Cable Debate
Aereo claims it's a cable company to seek statutory license, UK Parliament debates format shifting again and 70 organizations sign letter to TPP negotiators.
3 Count: Trojan Notices
5th Circuit to look at trade secret and software copyright, Jay Z sued by sound engineer who wants co-authorship of music and take notices lead to trojans.
3 Count: Skeptical Circuit
9th Circuit skeptical of Fox's arguments against Dish, Singapore passes new site blocking legislation and Popcorn Time integrates with Chromecast.