Wait, what? TWO episodes of the Copyright 2.0 Show in one post? Yes indeed!
For those of you heading out for the long Memorial Day weekend in the U.S., you’ll have some extra audio to listen to in the car or plane as we are doubling up this week and releasing nearly two and a half hours of Copyright 2.0 Show goodness.
The reason is because Episdode 326 was not finished before I had to hop on the plane to head to Budapest. So, now that I’m back, you get both that (much older) episode and 327, which recaps all of the stuff that happened while I was gone.
So what are these shows about? Well, Episode 326 talks about the impending piracy crackdown in Australia, a case involving Smokey Robinson and his ex-wife and a massive $40 million lawsuit against a Staten Island man over UFC piracy. Episode 327, on the other hand, gets us caught up on past two weeks of news including Oracles legal victory over Google, the reinstatement of the “Raging Bull” lawsuit and the mysterious withdrawal of Tarantino’s “Hateful Eight” lawsuit.
All in all, these are two episodes you don’t want to miss!Episode 327 here (1:13:49 and 1:14:59 respectively, direct download). Those interested in subscribing to the show can do so via this feed.
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