It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
It’s a tech theme this week as Patrick and I not only go over some video game news, both personal and copyright-related, but we also go in-depth with Apple’s iCloud offerings and compare them to Amazon and Google’s offerings. Outside of the tech world, we have political news as a report filed with the U.N. calls Internet access a human right and we even have some rap news as Eminem prepares to go to battle with Audi in Germany over a very similar ad to his famous Chrysler commercial here in the states.
This week’s stories include:
- Apple Announces iCloud and iTunes Match
- U.N. Report Calls Web Access a Human Right
- Music Industry Backtracks on Disconnecting Pirates
- Lawsuit against CBS/CNET Shrinks Dramatically
- Eminem Sues Audi
- Duke Nukem Forever Leaked on Bittorrent
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