Following the Matthew Santoro plagiarism scandal, many are wondering why YouTube started caring about attribution now. The reasons are good for the site.
TIDAL sued for alleged unpaid royalties, Radionomy sued for alleged pirate radio operation and PRS announces new anti-piracy tool.
Jay-Z wins dismissal of Big Pimpin' lawsuit, fan subtitle organization plans to take on BREIN and SoundCloud launches a radio service.
Pandora buys assets from Rdio, plans to launch on-demand music service, Japan looks to comply with TPP and MPAA wants $10 million from MovieTube.
Pandora loses another bid to lower its royalties, Old Navy sued over similar fabric prints and Australians cook to protest the nation's copyright laws.
Rdio launches new, cheaper plan, Australian Parliament committee says that site blocking raises human rights issues and YouTuber sues over ContentID.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we look at the end of the Aereo case and the beginning of a new bill on radio royalties.
Popcorn Time variants ordered blocked in the UK, Russian bill to expand protections for music to take effect and Google, Amazon and others form MIC.
Fair Play Fair Pay act proposed to equalize music royalties, HarperCollins and Amazon reach a deal and Periscope talks piracy.
Square Enix hits back in its case against SNK, broadcasters want lower streaming rates and judge explains why he let Section 6 lawsuit move ahead.