Friday Sunday again and that means it’s time for yet another 7-in-7!
It’s been two weeks since the last one of these (despite my in video claim that it’s only been one) but, rather than muddle my way through a game of copyright blackjack I’ve decided to focus on just the stories from the past week, leaving some great stories to be covered exclusively on the podcast.
Once again, for those who aren’t familiar with this series, this is where I take a week’s worth of copyright news and condense it into 7 stories that I have explain in under 7 minutes. Easy? Absolutely not. Thorough? Nope. Fun? Maybe if you’re into copyright. Fastest way to get through a big pile of copyright news? You bet.
On that note, he’s a look at what we’re covering this week.
This week’s stories include:
- Appeals Court Alters “Dancing Baby” Case Ruling
- Oracle and HP Enterprise Embark on a New Lawsuit
- PETA Files Appeal in “Monkey Selfie” Case
- Spotify and the NMPA Reach a Settlement
- Paramount and CBS Clarify How Axanar is Infringing
- Judge Won’t Rule on Whether Buck Rogers is Public Domain
- Photographers Sue Donald Trump Campaign Over Eagle Image
You can find the full show notes here and, if you’re interested in an audio version, let me know and I’ll begin creating them for the next edition.
In the meantime, as always, I’d love your feedback on this format and any suggestions or advice you have to help make it great. I’m also getting back into the routine of posting other videos on my YouTube Channel so please subscribe, share, thumbs up and all of the other stuff you get asked to do there.
Have a great weekend and I will see everyone on Monday!