Publisher behind We Shall Overcome responds to lawsuit, photographers team up to target news sites and Witcher 3 devs talk about piracy.
The Turtles win another decision against Sirius, Kim Dotcom faces new bail restrictions and Gawker faces high legal bills in Hulk Hogan sex tape case.
This week we have not one but two episodes of the Copyright 2.0 Show for your enjoyment! Have fun getting caught up, because we sure did!
Quentin Tarantino shocks observers and withdraws Gawker lawsuit, some UK copyright reforms to be delayed and Demonoid blocked by Google over malware issues.
Aereo has its day before the Supreme Court, Tarantino's case against Gawker temporarily tossed and Megaupload sues Hong Kong over seizure.
Innocence of Muslims actor claims Google is in contempt over incomplete takedown, Tarantino fires back at Gawker and Lexmark must answer old DMCA claims.
Aereo shuts down in Salt Lake City and Denver, Gawker seeks to be dismissed from Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight lawsuit and Mattel wins case over He-Man.
Google loses bid to keep controversial movie online, FilmOn X denied chance to intervene in Aereo case and one defendant removed from Tarantino's case.
Utah court rules against Aereo, Gawker tells Tarantino that they can't be sued in California and RIAA looks to end Grooveshark dispute once and for all.
Tarantino sues Gawker and AnonFiles over leaked script, Prince drops lawsuit against sites linking to bootlegs and Android piracy leads to criminal charges.