Kim Dotcom extradition hearing wraps up, other Megaupload employee released from prison and The Pirate Bay not to be blocked in Sweden.
The Happy Birthday ruling has put a focus on copyright terms, but The U.S. doesn't have the longest copyright term in the world. So who does?
U.S. House passes bill making cell phone unlocking legal, new legislation seeks to change how songwriter royalties are determined and six strikes turns one.
When it comes to copyright, if your work is infringed by a U.S. state or agency, you might find it impossible to actually sue them and collect damages.
Copyright holders speak before the House Judiciary Committee, UK porn filters may also filter file sharing sites and copyright glitch cancels high school play.
Antigua threatens to become a copyright haven, Ray Charles' children win their case against their father's foundation and Lebanon aims to get serious on copyright.
Time Warner Cable accuses Netflix of discrimination, Canada denies US total acces to Megaupload servers and Japan's new law sees no arrests.
AutoHop lives to hop another day, Google declines to takedown controversial YouTube video and UK orphan works bill draws US ire.
With Diigo down, we had to improvise a bit this episode but still got to cover the latest on New Zealand three strikes and more!
Megaupload plans its return with a new raid proof set up, six strikes set to start up soon in the U.S. and first three strikes case in New Zealand dropped.