Effort to restrict freedom of panorama shot down in EU, Pirate Bay founders acquitted in Belgian criminal case and BBC has to stop believing.
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.
The NFL and MLB team up against Aereo, NMPA and Rap Genius agree to negotiate and Belgium orders blocking of all Pirate Bay proxies.
RIAA and BPI correct copyright mistakes on their sites, Belgian government sues to stop ISP levy lawsuit and one more appeal in Avatar lawsuit.
House Judiciary Committee to review U.S. copyright law, Craigslist wins early round against PadMapper and Pirate Party wins big in Iceland.
Craigslist lawsuit against Padmapper and 3Taps survives, Sabam wants levies from Belgian ISPs and Universal tries to withhold royalty info for privacy reasons.
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.
More EU papers may seek money from Google, attorney representing Superman heirs wants lawsuit dropped and China's largest video site battles a rival.
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!
Google reportedly pays Belgian newspapers over $6 million to settle, USTR targets more notorious markets and Ivanka Trump sued over sandals.