It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
With Patrick on the road and unable to record last week, we have a lot of catching up to do as there’s two week’s worth of news to get through in just one hour. However, the biggest stories all came from the most recent week including the closure of BTJunkie and “used” music reseller Redigi living to fight another day. However, we also get caught up on the ongoing stories such as the ACTA protests and the Oracle/SAP lawsuit just to name two.
It’s definitely an episode you don’t want to miss, especially if you like Coca Cola (long story).
This week’s stories include:
- BTJunkie Voluntarily Closes
- “Used” Music Seller Redigi Fights On, Avoids Injunction
- After Protests, Three Countries Put ACTA Ratification on Hold
- Oracle Seeks New Trial in Lawsuit Against SAP
- Pirate Bay Sentences are Final, Supreme Court Denies Appeal
- Much, Much More!
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