It was a busy week for copyright news as it seems all of the courts and litigators came back from their holiday vacations and began to make a huge ruckus. We have a controverial editorial by U2 rocker Bono, a head-slapping filing by Tenenbaum’s attorneys and even a little bit about androids.
All in all, there were thirteen stories this week including news from all over the copyright world including our “Weird Story of the Week”.
This week’s stories include:
- Bono Calls For Internet Controls to Stop Piracy
- Tenenbaum Claims His File Sharing Wasn’t His Fault
- Cybersitter Files a $2.2 Billion Lawsuit
- RealNetworks Suffers a Legal Setback for RealDVD
- Do Androids Dream of Electric Copyright?
- And Many more…
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