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3 Count: White Royal Wedding

Fashion designer sues over dress at royal wedding, Getty Images claims Google Image Search promotes piracy and Goodlatte talks copyright reform.

5 Copyright Reforms Everyone Seems to Agree On

Copyright can be a divisive subject, but not all proposed reforms are controversial. Many reforms have broad support from almost everyone.

3 Count: Keyboard, Cat

Sen. Leahy reintroduces bill to extend copyright benefits to same sex couples, Blurred Lines lawsuit set to begin and EU pressured to unify copyright.

5 Copyright Themes to Watch in 2014

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.

3 Count: Mississippi Blues

Mississippi Attorney General lashes out at Google, EU pondering possible copyright reform and The Pirate Bay loses another domain.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 271 – DMCA Evasion

Someone DMCA's the site they plagiarized from, iOS 6 gets a jailbreak, Google and French papers reach a deal and much, much more!

Why I Support Creative Commons Licenses

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.

3 Count: Aereo Expansion

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.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 263 – Google Tax

Patrick gets into Photoshop this week as we talk about EU copyright proposals, six strikes in the US and the Google Tax in Germany.

3 Count: Master of Business

RSC fires copyright memo staffer, Chris Dodd says six strikes coming in January and Metallica is now in Spotify.