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3 Count: Wrongs Manager

Lawyers behind Happy Birthday case target We Shall Overcome, Facebook targets freebooting with Rights Manager and MovieSwap DVD streaming service cancelled.

7-in-7: Dance Baby, Dance

Appeals court modifies dancing baby verdict, Oracle sues HP Enterprise and PETA files an appeal in the monkey selfie case.

3 Count: Passing the Buck… Rogers

Buck Rogers film suffers setback after judge refuses to rule on copyright status, PIPCU makes arrests over set-top boxes and Donald Trump sued over photo.

3 Copyright Stories that Aren’t Newsworthy

Copyright news often isn't news. Whether it's the Diary of Anne Frank being pulled, ASCAP or BMI suing a bar or Disney seeking help from its employees.

3 Count: Happy Mardi Gras

Settlement details in Happy Birthday case revealed, Kim Dotcom gets an appeal date and Martin Shkreli named in a copyright lawsuit over a Wu-Tang album.

3 Count: Dry Levies

Anne Frank's diary posted online despite objections by claimed rightsholders, EU strikes a blow against copyright levies and the MPAA weighs in on net neutrality.

3 Count: Baby Blues

Artist sues to prevent mural from being destroyed, Apple raises iPhone and iPad prices after German levies and The Bluebook sparks a war of words.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 376 – Happy Birthday Indeed

Happy Birthday lawsuit settled, Disney sends DMCA notices to Star Wars fan and FIlmOn is told it can't stream TV under a statutory license.

5 Christmas Copyright Myths

Like it or not copyright plays an important part in Christmas and, with it, comes a slew of copyright myths that refuse to enjoy a silent night.

3 Count: Catcher in the Lawsuit

Lawsuit against J.D. Salinger's trust is dropped, Anime mall agrees to change logo amid copyright fight and Pandora hinges on royalty ruling.