The Google/Oracle case begins with a look at Google's licensing efforts, the battle over Vivian Maier's images may be settled and ASCAP settles with the DOJ.
CBS argues remastered songs qualify for copyright, David Lowery wants details about the NMPA/Spotify settlement and The Shade Room Facebook page goes down.
Welcome everyone we are back and with another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show!
There's a bit of housekeeping with this one. This one covers...
Spotify and the NMPA reach a settlement over mechanical royalties, 9th Circuit declines to rehear dancing baby case and EU court rules on public wifi piracy.
Microsoft asks court to order Comcast to hand over pirate, NMPA and Spotify may be near a settlement and Facebook to bring Instant articles to WordPress
CoStar and RealMassive settle their copyright case, Hong Kong abandons its copyright legislation and Google/Oracle criticized by judge in Java case.
Fox News settles lawsuit over iconic 9/11 photo, Cox fights back against BMG's injunction request and Kanye West sees lots of piracy...
Superman to stay with Warner Brothers and DC Comics, Fox and Dish settle their tiff over Autohop and five other big copyright stories for the week.
Publishers fight over right to print Georgia's legal code, Fox and Dish settle their dispute over AutoHop and Cassandra Claire hits back at her lawsuit.
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.