It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...
EU court advised that linking to infringing works is not an infringement, ReDigi moves to appeal its loss over used music and much, much more!
European Court of Justice spells out what parody is, City of London Police make two more arrests and ReDigi founders face personal liability in their case.
ReDigi loses as judge says reselling MP3s is unlawful, The Hollywood Reporter settles code theft case and YouTube/Viacom continue sparring.
U.S. publishers settle their lawsuit with Google over book search, ReDigi gets its day in court and Facebook kills a popular fan page.
BTJunkie closes down, Redigi avoids an injunction, ACTA ratification on hold in three countries and much, much more!
Oracle seeks second trial against SAP, two more European countries halt ACTA ratification and ReDigi survives another day.
The Pirate Bay to be blocked in the Netherlands and Finland, SOPA sparks Reddit protest, Capitol Records sues "used" digital music celler and more!
Capitol Records sues used digital music retailer, Righthaven's domain is auctioned off and Microsoft targets a major Chinese electronics distributor.
ReDigi ordered to stop selling used iTunes tracks, GEMA targets Creative Commons dance parties and iTunes Music Match goes online.