Friday Monday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Halloween may be past and the spooks and goblins are back in their hiding places, but this spooky edition of the Copyright 2.0 Show was recorded before holiday had passed, giving us an excellent chance to talk about a variety of scary stories and talk to you about them after the holiday has passed.
Actually, it’s a pretty normal episode with the usual copyright news but we do talk about a haunted house and other Halloween-related fun!
Other than that, we also talk about how several ISPs are battling to avoid revealing the names of suspected pornography pirates, Aereo being hit with yet another lawsuit and an issue with the HealthCare.gov site that’s more than just a technical glitch.
All of that and much, much more on this, Episode 306 of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
This week’s stories include:
- ISPs Appeal Order to Identify Suspected Pirates
- Aereo Sued Again in Utah
- Healthcare.gov Copyright Violation Fixed
- Pinterest Signs Deal with Getty Images
- Avatar Judge Tosses Disqualification Attempt
- Fox Appeals “Hopper” Injunction Denial
- Netflix Talks About Releasing Its Own Movies
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