It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
This week is something different. With Patrick taking his leave from the show and me being in the process of getting a new cohost nailed down. I’ve decided to experiment with a new format, one that I hope helps everyone keep up on their copyright news, without the worry of listening to one person drone on for an hour or more.
So this week’s show is a special episode and follows a format I’m calling, 7 Stories in 7 Minutes. The basic idea is to take the show notes that we always have had, the 7 most important stories in copyright news that week, and I give a brief overview of them in a blistering 7 minutes.
Fast talking is definitely ahead and don’t expect a lot of commentary or detailed analysis. This is just meant to keep you up to speed and nothing more.
So sit down and enjoy and definitely leave your feedback on the new structure, I’ll be interested to hear what you think.
This week’s stories include:
- Robin Thicke Says He Didn’t Write Blurred Lines
- Rights Holders Push Netflix to Block VPNs
- Oracle Sues Oregon for Copyright Infringement
- Another Actor Sues Google Over “Innocence of Muslims” Video
- Led Zepplin Wants Stairway to Heaven Lawsuit Dropped or Moved
- Michelle Phan Countersues Ultra Records Over DMCA Notices
- Zuffa/UFC Settle $32 Million Suit With Uploader