Cox wants Round Hill Music to pay $100,000 in legal costs, Pirate Party looks to top Iceland election and Conan O'Brien joke lawsuit expands.
Proxy service launches transparency report, Icelandic copyright group threatens local ISP over proxy service and Harry Potter class draws C&D.
Copyright groups ask for Pirate Bay blockade in Iceland, new technology to watermark 4k video introduced and Google hits DMCA notice record.
House Judiciary Committee to review U.S. copyright law, Craigslist wins early round against PadMapper and Pirate Party wins big in Iceland.
UK orphan works legislation comes under renewed fire, Tim McGraw sued by former label and The Pirate Bay gets yet another domain.
The Pirate Party gets into Iceland's Parliament, Tyler Perry accused of ripping off a movie script and indie developers try a new approach to DRM.
House Judiciary Committee to hold hearings on copyright law, China authors win big over Apple and The Pirate Bay moves to Iceland.
There is a global flare to this week's episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show. We cover news on four continents as we bring the latest happenings in the copyright arena.