It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...
EU court advised that linking to infringing works is not an infringement, ReDigi moves to appeal its loss over used music and much, much more!
YODA aims to make it easier to resell products with software, Midnight Syndicate sues Insane Clown Posse's label and Content ID flags purring cat.
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.
ReDigi loses as judge says reselling MP3s is unlawful, The Hollywood Reporter settles code theft case and YouTube/Viacom continue sparring.
Supreme Court ruling favors textbook-importing student, ivi is denied it's petition to the Supreme Court and EU study finds piracy doesn't harm sales.
This week we talk about Halloween, Hurricane Sandy, first sale, Circumvention rulemaking and nearly every TOS you've read...
3D renderings spar copyright scuffle, museums closely watch a Supreme Court case on first sale and Cherokee artists get better copyright protection.
U.S. visual artists could soon be seeing resale royalties, Triple Town case moves forward and Warner on the warpath against Amazon vendors.
Capitol Records sues used digital music retailer, Righthaven's domain is auctioned off and Microsoft targets a major Chinese electronics distributor.