Forget Conjunction Junction, it’s Injunction Junction this week on the Copyright 2.0 Show.
Not only do we have one of the most specific and surgical injunctions we’ve every seen being handed down in the TVEyes case, we have a renewed push for a broad injunction against MovieTube and a slew of attempt to get injunctions against other copyright infringements.
If the threat of an injunction being lifted is more your thing, we have that too as the International Trade Commission loses its appeal and won’t be able to block websites in the U.S. (at least for now) and we have news from Prenda Law, where one of their attorneys is facing disbarment due to his previous career.
Beyond that, we also have the latest on the Anne Frank “co-author” controversy, the monkey selfie and an interesting lawsuit that pits the makers of World of Warcraft against the makers of bots for the game.
All in all, this is one episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show that you do not want to miss!
This week’s stories include:
- TVEyes Hit with Injunction
- Former Prenda Law Attorney Faces Possible Disbarment
- Movie Studios Seek Broad Injunction Against MovieTube
- Anne Frank’s Diary Gains a Co-Author, Extends Copyright
- FilmOn Loses in DC to Broadcasters
- Monkey Selfie Case Gets Even More Strange
- Blizzard Sues Bot Maker
- ITC Can Not Block Sites Says Appeals Court