Supreme Court declines to hear Google Book Search case, Google and Oracle fail to settle Java dispute and Amazon introduces monthly Amazon Prime pricing.
YouTube found not liable in Germany, US Commerce department wants lower copyright penalties in the U.S. and Amazon seeks to create a Spotify killer.
TVEyes loses a key decision in its case against Fox News, YouTube to launch its video game streaming site and you can't copyright a chicken sandwich. Sorry.
Kim Dotcom loses appeal to keep his data in New Zealand, Miguel gives Billy Corgan songwriting credit and NPR leaves the MIC Coalition.
SiriusXM gets a rare win in its battle over pre-1972 sound recordings, Nike Jumpman lawsuit is dismissed and Amazon changes royalties for lent ebooks.
Justin Bieber and Usher must now face Somebody to Love lawsuit, UK court rules against format shifting law Amazon reveals new facts in Gronking case.
Google suffers legal defeat in Canada, CODE act met with a divisive response and Beyonce is sued for $7 million over XO.
Cloudflare ordered to stop serving the new Grooveshark, Amazon leaves the MIC coalition and Who's On First becomes the center of a broadway dispute.
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.
Grooveshark closes as it settles cases against record labels, US Trade Rep releases Special 301 report and erotic ebook cover leads to a lawsuit.