VidAngel hits back at the movie studios, Google drops case against Mississippi Attorney General and Google release new report on piracy.
Comic-con may be introducing new anti-piracy technology, US Copyright Office has issues with FCC proposal and Kim Dotcom seeks to revive Megaupload.
NBCUniversal settles with Dish Network over AutoHop, Fox News and TV Eyes appeal their case and Led Zeppelin trial concludes day four.
Google/Oracle case goes to the jury, Fox accidentally takes down clips it use in Family Guy and Nintendo targets Super Mario-themed Minecraft videos.
Fox says it is skipping San Diego Comic Con over piracy concerns, author claims new King Kong film is based on his work and Jim Sterling fools Content ID.
Welcome everyone we are back and with another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
There's a bit of housekeeping with this one. This one covers...
Superman to stay with Warner Brothers and DC Comics, Fox and Dish settle their tiff over Autohop and five other big copyright stories for the week.
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.
Warner Brothers and Intel sue Chinese manufacturer over 4K video encryption, Richard Prince sued by another photog and New Girl case dismissed.
TVEyes hit with an injunction, former Prenda attorney facing disciplinary board, MPAA seek injunction against MovieTube and more copyright news!