It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
After two more weeks away due to Patrick’s trip to SXSW and a lot projects on my end, we’re back with another edition of the copyright 2.0 Show and it is a doozy as we try to catch up on three weeks worth of news. However, lest you think we’re only covering the old news, this week’s biggest story broke literally hours before recording.
However, even with all of the copyright news this week, we set aside some time to talk about Patrick’s SXSW presentation, how he met a mutual friend of ours and just how awesome and unforgettable he really is.
This week’s stories include:
- Judge Strikes Down Google Book Search Settlement
- The AP Settles Another Fairey-Related Case
- Judge Limits Possible LimeWire Damages, Somewhat
- Righthaven Loses an Ugly Fair Use Ruling
- Eminem May Get More Royalties
- And Much, Much More…
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