Songwriter organization sues Department of Justice over 100% licensing rules, Beatles concert at Shea Stadium center of lawsuit and Adblock Plus sells ads.
Break.com is sued over copyright infringement, Kim Dotcom appeals to get his money back and Sony wins fight against Beatles documentary.
Second Circuit hears Google Book Search case, Kim Dotcom gets a rehearing on Hong Kong assets and more copyright extension collections coming.
Norway to digitize all of its books, directors aren't authors according to one court and rare Beatles tracks released to renew copyright.
Songwriter files lawsuit against music licensing service, PayPal cuts off and freezes assets of iPredator and Let it Be opens despite copyright controversy.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we have update son Aereo, Jammie Thomas-Rasset and DRM gone awry...
TV networks denied another appeal over Aereo, Beatles tribute bands wind up in court and unpublished Marilyn Monroe images to be sold at auction with copyright.
Amazon offers free digital versions of physical CDs, a remix artist battles Lionsgate over his work and Love Me Do is in the public domain in the EU.
The latest on, sigh, Righthaven's screwups, Baidu drops document search and EMI gets nearly a cool million for Beatles-related infringement.
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