British Parliament introduces Digital Economy Bill, Google seeks sanctions from Oracle after trial and choir that inspired Glee in copyright trouble.
Expert witness can stay in Stairway to Heaven case, Prenda Law loses appeal and must pay sanctions and spoiler group hit with copyright cease and desist.
Fox News settles lawsuit over 9/11 photograph, FilmON sanctions upheld and both Justin Timberlake and Will.I.Am face a lawsuit over Damn Girl.
It's a deep and philosophical episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show as we look at Ashley Madison, cheerleaders and the Vietnamese national anthem...
Man pleaded guilty to operating RockDizMusic and Prenda Law has had a very, very rough week.
Prenda Law racks up more sanctions as their finances get exposed, Live Nation fails to escape Big Pimpin lawsuit and Apple launches streaming music.
Prenda Lawyers plead poverty unsuccessfully, The Conjuring hit with another lawsuit and Fox hits back over New Girl allegations.
Prenda Law case moves forward with two big filings, 'Where the Wild Things Are' sequel booted off Kickstarter and Image Comics goes DRM-free.
Prenda Law is racking up $1,000 daily in new sanctions, Scroll Kit hit with C&Ds from NYT and Latvian teacher raided over online book infringement.
This week, we talk about the soap opera surrounding Prenda Law, the Pirate Bay founders losing their appeal and a legal setback for Kim Dotcom.