Less than a day after powerful pop princess Taylor Swift criticised Apple for the decision not to pay musicians for three months while their music trials on its streaming service, the company has reversed its decision.
Two months after the Conservative government’s Economic Action Plan 2015 for Canada included its intention to amend the Copyright Act from 50 years to 70 years, the bill has been given royal assent and is now law.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this week sensibly, if belatedly, reversed its mistaken order requiring Google to take down a controversial video based on a specious copyright claim. But there’s more to this story than the free speech win.
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