It is Friday again and that means that it is time for another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show.
So, it’s been a while, far too long truth be told. So much so that not only did we have to go over pretty much the entire month of February, but I completely screwed up the show number as it’s actually 354, not 355 as I so desperately wanted to believe.
But what we fail with functionality and memory, myself and Evan try to make up with insightful commentary and a sharp wit. Or so we’d like to think.
Still, we have to try to tear through one of the busiest months in copyright history and it was definitely difficult. Another February has passed and we have everything from an appeals court ruling in the “Jersey Boys” case all the way to “Left Shark” and his Super Bowl shenanigans.
All in all, this is one episode you do not want to miss and we promise to try to get the next one out at least a little more punctually.
This week’s stories include:
- 9th Circuit Reverses “Jersey Boys” Ruling
- SiriusXM Gets to Appeal Over Pre-1972 Sound Recordings
- Half a Million in Damages Upheld Against the U.S. Post Office
- Megaupload Case Gets First Guilty Plea
- Robin Thicke Sings During Blurred Lines Trial
- U.S. Copyright Office Proposes Licensing Reform
- “Left Shark” Draws a Legal Duel
- Pandora Gets Slapped Over SLAPP