FilmOn loses key appeals court decision, MetArt wants sanctions against tube sites and Marc Randazza files a controversial DMCA notice.
FilmOn X loses key decision in Washington DC, Al Jazeera sues two Egyptian YouTubers in California and PETA accused of having the wrong monkey.
Twitter deletes jokes following DMCA notice, movie studios target MoviesTube, Oracle is busy with the courts and FilmOn gets an unexpected win.
Godzilla creator sues Voltage Pictures over planned movie, iiNet promises free legal help to notice recipients and TiVO promotes to Aereo customers.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we look at the end of the Aereo case and the beginning of a new bill on radio royalties.
Record labels sue MP3Skull, estate of Joseph Goebbels sues Random House over diary quotes and Aereo settles its case with broadcasters.
Blurred Lines verdict is in, Village People copyright termination case moves forward, VMware sued over GPL violations and much, much more!
Aereo sold at auction for less than expected, Florida considers controversial anti-piracy legislation and Florida dentist ordered to pay in Yelp case.
Student accused of trying to pirate film with 3D camera found not guilty, IRMA wants graduated response in Ireland and judge denies Aereo bonuses.
With 2014 in the books, we now look ahead to 2015 and the themes we'll likely see in copyright and plagiarism issues.