It is Monday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
It was a big week for copyright news, including the re-trial of the year, the Jammie Thomas case and it’s jaw-dropping jury award. However, there was a lot of other important happenings going on including some drama involving Catcher in the Rye, the New York Times and much, much more.
All in all, there were eleven stories this week including news from all over the copyright world including our “Weird Story of the Week”.
This week’s stories include:
- Thomas Loses Her Retrial in a Big Way
- Catcher in the Rye Sequel Because a Big Dispute
- NY Times Goes After a Political Site
- Nesson is at it Again
- Van Halen Sues… Nike?
- And Many more…
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