It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Things are starting to slow up a bit for copyright news as the holidays approach and things get a little more quiet in the courts across the world. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a great show lined up with updates on the Viacom/YouTube case, the U.S. Copyright Group and a flashback for Patrick and I as we go back (to the past) to talk about circumventing game lock out devices on systems past.
This week’s stories include:
- Viacom Appeals YouTube Case
- U.S. Copyright Group Drops 1000s of Lawsuits
- iCopyright Sues Former Partner AP
- XBox Modding Case Dropped
- Wikileaks Exposes U.S. Involvement in Spanish Copyright Law
- LimeWire to Close
- Avast Gets Creative With Piracy
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