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Plagiarism in Marketing

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.

3 Count: Opened Eyes

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.

3 Count: Big Dismissal

Jay Z abruptly wins Big Pimpin' lawsuit, a couple sues SiriusXM, Pandora and iHeartmeda over pre-1972 recordings and YouTube announces premium service.

3 Count: Dirty Legal Dancing

BrowserPopcorn shuts down shortly after starting, Big Pimpin' trial expected to go to the jury and TD Ameritrade wants dismissal of Dirty Dancing case.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 366 – Bon Jovial

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!

3 Count: Down Periscope

Facebook, Google and others challenge MPAA injunction on Movietube, Periscope reveals its copyright data and ad supported piracy takes a hit in the UK.

3 Count: Letting it Go…

Frozen lawsuit is settled, The Purge lawsuit gets to move forward and Starbucks sued over Frappuccino artwork...

3 Count: Inequitable Agreement

Musicians sue Sony Music over its pact with Spotify, Canada extends the copyright in sound recordings and Google Music offers a free tier.

Why Advertising Still Has a Piracy Problem

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?

3 Count: Predictable Appeal

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.