Friday Monday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
After a week away due to illness, we are back and with a vengeance and a ton of copyright news to cover. Not only do we have a strange settlement in one of the most important fair use cases in some time, but we have the record labels agreeing to pay for copyright infringement and a big win for Harry Potter in the states. All in all, there was a lot to talk about and this was an extremely busy show!
This week’s stories include:
- Shepard Fairey and AP Settle Case, End Dispute
- Record Labels Settle “Pending List” Lawsuit in Canada
- Harry Potter Plagiarism Lawsuit Tossed in the States
- Sony Targets PS3 Hackers
- Anti-Piracy Attorneys Team Up
- Much, Much More
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