As the internet makes it easier than ever to start up a new business, the issue of marketing plagiarism has grown more serious for consumers and creators.
TVEyes gets a partial reprieve from its injunctions, Foxtel plans to start trying too block sites next year and a new report looks at piracy and ads.
Jay Z abruptly wins Big Pimpin' lawsuit, a couple sues SiriusXM, Pandora and iHeartmeda over pre-1972 recordings and YouTube announces premium service.
BrowserPopcorn shuts down shortly after starting, Big Pimpin' trial expected to go to the jury and TD Ameritrade wants dismissal of Dirty Dancing case.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we have some bad Bon Jovi puns and the latest on Shakira, MovieTube, Megaupload and much, much more!
Facebook, Google and others challenge MPAA injunction on Movietube, Periscope reveals its copyright data and ad supported piracy takes a hit in the UK.
Frozen lawsuit is settled, The Purge lawsuit gets to move forward and Starbucks sued over Frappuccino artwork...
Musicians sue Sony Music over its pact with Spotify, Canada extends the copyright in sound recordings and Google Music offers a free tier.
A year after its first study, the Digital Citizens Alliance shows little has changed when it comes to ad-supported piracy. How can we fix that?
Attorneys for Thicke and Williams seek an appeal, France aims to step up its piracy laws and copyright-claiming apt complex slammed with bad reviews.