Welcome everyone we are back and with another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
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Publishers fight over right to print Georgia's legal code, Fox and Dish settle their dispute over AutoHop and Cassandra Claire hits back at her lawsuit.
In the mid-to-late 2000s, Dish Network had a serious problem with piracy that it decided to address, in part, with a TV channel just for pirates.
The Fox/Dish case over the Hopper DVR is unsettled, second grader earns right to sue over tshirt design and copyright troll heads to the UK.
Robin Thicke and co plan to appeal the Blurred Lines Ruling, Jay Z settles a dispute, buys a company and Evan tells us how to steal Canadian satellite
Belgian court rejects piracy tax for ISPs, Dish and others sue Chinese set top box manufacturers and The Pirate Bay unblocked due to security change.
Evan and I get caught up on the Supreme Court, Fox, Dish, Apple, Sony, SESAC and many more in a jam-packed episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
Judge rules in favor of Dish in dispute with Fox over AutoHop and Sling, Costco wins big in lawsuit against Omega and alleged Madonna leaker arrested.
Judge sides with Dish Network in AutoHop copyright case, New Girl lawsuit is dismissed and American Airlines and Universal may be squaring off.
Fox loses bid to apply Aereo ruling to Dish, SoundCloud strikes deal with record labels and Seth MacFarlane is sued over Ted.