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Fashion designer sues over dress at royal wedding, Getty Images claims Google Image Search promotes piracy and Goodlatte talks copyright reform.
Copyright can be a divisive subject, but not all proposed reforms are controversial. Many reforms have broad support from almost everyone.
Sen. Leahy reintroduces bill to extend copyright benefits to same sex couples, Blurred Lines lawsuit set to begin and EU pressured to unify copyright.
2013 was a banner year for copyright but 2014 promises to be even more exciting. Here's what to watch out for over the next 12 months.
Mississippi Attorney General lashes out at Google, EU pondering possible copyright reform and The Pirate Bay loses another domain.
Someone DMCA's the site they plagiarized from, iOS 6 gets a jailbreak, Google and French papers reach a deal and much, much more!
Being a pro-copyright guy, my love and use of Creative Commons can seem odd. But to me, Creative Commons is about choice and choice is good.
Aereo expands to 22 new markets after injunction stopping them denied, Microsoft loses a font case in China and CES panel looks ahead to 2013.
Patrick gets into Photoshop this week as we talk about EU copyright proposals, six strikes in the US and the Google Tax in Germany.
RSC fires copyright memo staffer, Chris Dodd says six strikes coming in January and Metallica is now in Spotify.