It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Patrick and I took last week off to enjoy the summer months a bit but we’re back now and with one doozy of a show as we come back and try to tackle the Thesis/WordPress debate with mixed results. We also have a collection of other stories to share this week as we go into overtime trying to get caught up.
This week’s stories include:
- WordPress Community Split Over GPL in Themes
- New Round of Lawsuits Coming Over File Sharing
- RIAA Lost a LOT of Money on Their Legal Campaign
- Could Ultraviolet Be the Solution the Movie Studios Need?
- The World’s First Pirate ISP
- Ghostbusters Battle on Myspace
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