It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Due to an illness, we missed last week’s show and now we have some catching up to do. However, don’t think that this show is all hard news and court cases, it’s actually chock-full of conversation pieces and topics for debate.
Specifically, we take a long, hard look at Rapidshare’s proposed code of ethics for cyberlockers, the question about whether porn is a parody and why preserving video games can be so difficult.
We have all of that as well as key updates on the AFACT/iiNet case in Australia, YouTube suffering a defeat in Germany and much more!
This week’s stories include:
- High Court Rules Against AFACT, Favors ISPs in Australia
- YouTube May Have to Pay Music Royalties in Germany
- Snafu Strikes Megaupload Case
- Judge, Not Jury, to Decide API Issue in Google/Oracle Case
- Hotfile and MPAA Draw Differing Conclusions in Viacom Ruling
- And More!
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