For me, 2010 was a year of personal difficulty and struggle. However, Plagiarism Today had a banner year with some of its biggest and best stories.
Aereo loses big in Utah, House passes cell phone unlocking bill, RIAA seeks summary judgment against Grooveshark and much, much more!
Thomas-Rasset declines to become an anti-piracy spokesperson, Amazon fights copyright levies in Austria and Eidos' DRM angers legitimate customers.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, Antigua seeks to become a piracy haven, Ray Charles' children win copyright termination and much more!
Colombian high court rules new copyright law unconstitutional, James Cameron forced to turn over Avatar drafts in copyright case and more!
BSA argues jailbreaking should be illegal again, Dish Network Hopper battle gets even uglier and orphan works agreement reached in the EU.
Poland and other EU nations sign onto ACTA, Ireland introduces it's SOPA-like legislation and the right to jailbreak your phone may expire in the U.S.
SOPA opponents announce alternative legislation, EFF pushes for more legal jailbreaking, Chitika dodges a copyright bullet and more!
AFACT and iiNet continue their case, BREIN accused of pirating music for a PSA and EFF seeks to expand DMCA exemptions.
The latest on jailbreaking Apple's iphone, Israel supporting Creative Commons and copyright challenges for the Web.