Episode 39 – Predictions

First off, Happy New Year’s Eve! It has been one heck of a year and this one is closing out with a bang, though perhaps not literally.

Since this year ends on a Monday, that means it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show, the final one for 2007.

As usual, I sat down with Chris Matthieu from Numly to discuss the past week in copyright news, views and abuse.

All totaled, the show had fourteen stories, including the following:

  • Antigua Can Pirate U.S. Goods, Legally
  • IFPI is on a Tear
  • Yahoo! China is Slapped with an Infringement Claim
  • Sony is Officially the Last DRM Hold Out
  • I Prepare to Trounce Chris with our Year-End Predictions
  • And Many more…

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Show Notes

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