Norwegian Rights Alliance targets 75k Popcorn Time users, Windows 10 spooks BitTorrent sites and public comment period begins on geoblocking in the EU.
Evan and I get caught up on the Supreme Court, Fox, Dish, Apple, Sony, SESAC and many more in a jam-packed episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
Sly Stone wins $5 million ruling over unpaid royalties, SESAC wants to have its settlement with TV stations accepted and music piracy drops in Norway.
YouTube goes on a Content ID spree, City of London Police shutter 40 pirate sites and Beastie Boys countersue Goldiebox plus much, much more!
Norway to digitize all of its books, directors aren't authors according to one court and rare Beatles tracks released to renew copyright.
Appeals court upholds Hopper ruling, Hasbro sued by toy licensing company over a toy jet and Norwegian ISP likely to have to block The Pirate Bay.
Olympic torch sparks plagiarism controversy, new anti-piracy group to start in Norway and Pirate Bay founder sentenced to prison over hacking.
Apple announces iTunes Radio, Digital TV service found legal in Norway and Game of Thrones breaks piracy records, again.
Fox reups attack against Dish's Hopper, The Pirate Bay gets new hosting providers and Calvin and Hobbes mashup site shuttered over copyright dispute.
CBS buries Hopper win at CNET, Department of Justice fights back against Megaupload claims and Norway seeks to block pirate sites.