Friday Wednesday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
This episode is a bit late, as in almost two weeks late. This episode was recovered on December 22nd, 2010 and due to holidays and illness is just getting released now. To make matters worse for this episode, it was recording during the Great Skype Outage of 2010, meaning we had to fall back to other recording methods.
However, we have pulled through and knocked out one of the best holiday shows around with a lot of new material to cover. But if you want to get some more up to date news, we’ll be recording a new episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show in about an hour at 6 PM ET at this address, so you can join us live.
With that being said, here’s what this episode covered.
This week’s stories include:
- Wikileaks May Have Killed Spanish Copyright Reform
- Mass P2P Lawsuits Suffer Major Setback
- ICE Domain Seizures Face Criticism
- 50 Cents Sued for Copyright Infringement
- MPAA Shuts Down 29 Sites
- New Register of Copyrights Announced
- A Copyright Battle Over a Life-Sized Gundam
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