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3 Count: Panorama Jammer

Effort to restrict freedom of panorama shot down in EU, Pirate Bay founders acquitted in Belgian criminal case and BBC has to stop believing.

3 Count: Joking Around

European Court of Justice spells out what parody is, City of London Police make two more arrests and ReDigi founders face personal liability in their case.

3 Count: Another Challenger

The NFL and MLB team up against Aereo, NMPA and Rap Genius agree to negotiate and Belgium orders blocking of all Pirate Bay proxies.

3 Count: Try, Try Again

RIAA and BPI correct copyright mistakes on their sites, Belgian government sues to stop ISP levy lawsuit and one more appeal in Avatar lawsuit.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 281 – Risk Campions

House Judiciary Committee to review U.S. copyright law, Craigslist wins early round against PadMapper and Pirate Party wins big in Iceland.

3 Count: Narrow Window

Craigslist lawsuit against Padmapper and 3Taps survives, Sabam wants levies from Belgian ISPs and Universal tries to withhold royalty info for privacy reasons.

3 Count: Disappearing Act

Survey finds music piracy down in 2012, German file sharing admin gets huge fine and Teller of Penn and Teller struggles with a disappearing magician.

3 Count: Video Fight

More EU papers may seek money from Google, attorney representing Superman heirs wants lawsuit dropped and China's largest video site battles a rival.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 265 – Happy Holidays

It's the holiday edition of the Copyright 2.0 Show as we talk about the Instagram TOS controversy, Google settling with Belgian newspapers and more!

3 Count: Sandal Battle

Google reportedly pays Belgian newspapers over $6 million to settle, USTR targets more notorious markets and Ivanka Trump sued over sandals.