Twitter deletes jokes following DMCA notice, movie studios target MoviesTube, Oracle is busy with the courts and FilmOn gets an unexpected win.
Today's topics include: Sarah Palin Gets Totally Confused with Bill O'Reilly; The Insufferable Jesse Watters Punches More Hobos; It's Possible to Care About Cecil the Lion and Other Issues at the Same Time; Bob's Latest Twitter Battle with Dan Bidondi; The Bionic Dan Bidondi Bionic Italian Airlines; and much more. Show More Summary
Today's topics include: Alex Jones Attacks Bob for his Planned Parenthood Article; Dan Bidondi Defends Trump's John McCain Remarks; Ben Carson Thinks Planned Parenthood is Eliminating Black People; Trump Might Run as a Third Party Candidate; Jeb Bush's Head Deflates, Says Medicare Should Be Phased Out; and much more. Show More Summary
LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green David Corn of Mother Jones (@DavidCornDC) and Charles Cooke of National Review (@CharlesCWCooke) debate how to keep Iran from weaponizing its nuclear energy. Obama's tour de force presser argues "jaw-jaw not war-war." Critics say that simplifies the issue. Show More Summary
Blurred Lines verdict gets pared down, Google fails to get Supreme Court help with Oracle and the dancing baby case is still a thing...
Today's topics include: InfoWars Conspiracy Theorist and Alex Jones sidekick Dan Bidondi joins us for the hour to talk about Common Core, dildos, the Boston Marathon bombing, journalism, Sandy Hook, 9/11 Truth, abortion, the Second Amendment,...Show More Summary
LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green After cop videos, #blacklivesmatter, Charleston massacre/eulogy/flag -- oh, and a Black president -- Matalin and LaMarche debate if we're starting the biggest conversation on race since the Kerner Commission. Show More Summary
Today's topics include: Paula Deen's Latest Racism Controversy; Sarah Palin Apparently Quitting The Sarah Palin Channel; Dinesh D'Souza Posts Fake Hillary Photo; Trump is a Whiny Diaper Baby; Ben Carson Blames Obama for the War on Women;...Show More Summary
Today's topics include: Dukes of Hazzard Cast Member Defends Confederate Flag on Fox News; All New and Totally Crazy Sarah Palin Audio; Jim Webb is Running for President; Rand Paul Meets with Cliven Bundy; Steve King Wants to Impeach Supreme Court Justices; Rush Limbaugh's Butthurt Balm; Crazy Christian Facebook Lady is Crazy; and much more. Show More Summary
In 2007, Patrick O'Keefe and I had our first podcast together, but it wasn't a Copyright 2.0 Show episode. Relive the memories here.
Universal warns judge not to violate the seventh amendment in Blurred Lines Case, Inglewood sues YouTube critic and other copyright news!
9th Circuit re-hears and overturns Innocence of Muslims, Richard Prince sells your Instagrams and photographer sues Pinterest over DMCA responses.
Grooveshark shutters and reappears, Pandora loses one, wins one in royalty fight and Rightscorp does the same against piracy.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we look at the end of the Aereo case and the beginning of a new bill on radio royalties.
Sorry. Haven’t uploaded a new chapter from Geeks Bearing Gifts in two weeks. Busy, you know. So here’s the latest, on paywalls. Uh-oh. The start of it: There is no more emotion-laden topic, no fiercer battleground in the hunt for new business models for news than the discussion of paywalls. I have personally been taken […]
The Gaye estate seeks to expand Blurred Lines ruling, DVDFab hit with more injunctions and Beastie Boys win sampling case.
LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green Remember that post-2012 RNC "autopsy" that was supposed to expand the party? Now comes contender Cruz who wants the base to vote, not grow. Ron Christie and Gara LaMarche debate whether he's the party's RX or poison. Show More Summary
Robin Thicke and co plan to appeal the Blurred Lines Ruling, Jay Z settles a dispute, buys a company and Evan tells us how to steal Canadian satellite
Blurred Lines verdict is in, Village People copyright termination case moves forward, VMware sued over GPL violations and much, much more!
9th Circuit reverses Jersey Boys ruling, SiriusXM gets to appeal over pre-1972 sound recordings and the Megaupload case gets its first guilty plea.